Wave hello to Silent Gliss at Medbase in Abtwil, Switzerland

Clients at the Sports Medical Centre (ZMS) will be delighted at the new and generously appointed treatment and training facilities equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. Laid out over 1000 square metres, the new department within Hotel Säntispark provides personalised care to residents of the region, individual guests residing in the hotel, athletes and teams requiring medical and therapeutic support. Combined with the partner hotel and the existing leisure and fitness infrastructure at Säntispark, this has created a unique facility in the St Gallen conurbation, attracting guests from far beyond the regional borders.

Medbase, Abtwil, Switzerland

The soft forms of the Wave curtains ideally complement the new treatment and training facilities, imbuing the design with a particularly modern feel. Colorama 1 fabric by Silent Gliss successfully balances transparency with appropriate privacy for the athletes, clients and patients, leaving the rooms bathed in an enchantingly salubrious light.

Medbase, Abtwil, Switzerland

The product featured in this project is “Silent Gliss Room Divider with Wave”
This item features;

  • For over 40 years the most widely used hospital cubicle system in the world.
  • Also used for many varied industrial and commercial applications.
  • Ideal as a decorative interior design element for medium to heavy curtains.
  • Easy ceiling or wall fixing. Ideal for suspended fitting.
  • Attractive bendable profile combines mechanical strength and flexibility with the smoothest performance.
  • Wave and Wave XL curtain-heading systems are available. Wave intensifies the acoustic characteristic of fabrics.

Medbase, Abtwil, Switzerland





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