Key facts

flomo wall
Westermann >
SCOPE office for architecture >, wd3 >
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Space partition-Wall partition systems >
Space partition-Wall partition systems >

Product description

height: 2800 - 3400 mm
width: 980 mm

The flomo wall makes flomo evolve into spatial system. The floor to ceiling, guided frame construction not only accommodates two back-to-back, flomo boards, but can be used to organise the office landscape flexibly, intuitively, to subdivide open-space structures. The design of the flomo wall is reminiscent of a classic concaved picture frame. Divided into three surfaces, the flomo board remains central, at writing and eye level, with the upper and lower surface fillings, being contingent upon the chosen composite: glass or wood; acoustically effective felt; or very broadband absorbing, microperforated sheet metal. The flomo wall is guided in flomo tracks on the ceiling and floor. At the top, a U-profile prevents tilt, while the load of the flomo wall lies on the bottom rail. It finishes flush with carpeting, and is only visible on parquet and smooth floors as a delicate stripe. Upon the rail the flomo wall slides quietly, one, two or three in a row, almost as if by itself, thanks to recessed castors.

Product family


flomo – expand your work.
flomo – is remarkably employable just about anywhere thoughts flow, when ideas are born and need to be arrested; while being so mobile the system can be taken practically anywhere. And flomo can do even more: conceived as a universal and highly adaptable system, it makes it possible to intuitively adapt and structure space - serving as an acoustic measure where desired. flomo is both a tool and work environment at the same time. flomo is unbeatable concerning methods and approaches; such as, Design Thinking, Agile Working, or Scrum.
Taking centre stage – the flomo board, where everything is aligned to focus on Agile work: whiteboard, writing board, notebook, sketchbook, pin board and post-it, in one. With its functional accessories, flomo goes far beyond the individual workstation, turning walls into centers of knowledge. flomo is mobile and adaptive, and affords an ability to convert entire spaces – to serve multidisciplinary, self-organizing teams of varying composition and size.
The idea for flomo emerged from the cooperation between SCOPE Architekten, WESTERMANN and the Stuttgart design and development office wd3.