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Curved partitions and ceilings

Walls and ceilings that bend, curve and sweep can bring a sense of energy, flow and movement to a space.

GypWall Curve

Though most building designs generally have rooms with linear walls and ceilings, British Gypsum have two system solutions that can offer something different to those wanting to create an alternative aesthetic. Using these systems for your walls or ceiling it is easy to achieve a truly outstanding and unique indoor environment.

GypWall CURVE

GypWall curve is a lightweight system specifically designed to provide curved walls and linings down to a radius of 600mm. This system provides a high degree of design flexibility and can be used to create imaginative spaces with great aesthetic impact.

Key benefits

  • Can be used to create a unique, creative wall design using concave or convex curves down to a minimum radius of 600mm depending on board used 
  • Compatible with a wide range of British Gypsum boards from the Gyproc and Glasroc ranges 
  • Uses the innovative Gypframe 72 EDCL 80 CurveLyner Channel which bends to the shape you wish to achieve 
  • Compatible with other GypWall partition systems - Gypframe 72 EDCL 80 CurveLyner Channel is the only component unique to this system making it easy to use alongside regular partitions.

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CasoLine Curve

CasoLine curve is a lightweight, non-loadbearing, suspended ceiling system for constructing curved ceilings and soffit linings. It can be used in conjunction with British Gypsum perforated and non-perforated boards to create unique, eye-catching ceiling designs as part of the interior design.

CasoLine CURVE

Key benefits

  • Can be used to create a unique, creative ceiling design using concave or convex curves down to a minimum radius of 600mm depending on board used
  • Compatible with a wide range of British Gypsum boards from the Gyproc, Glasroc, Gyptone and Rigitone ranges
  • Pre-formed components and standard fixings make on-site installation straightforward, requiring no specialist tools or equipment

CasoLine curve is a lightweight, non-loadbearing, suspended ceiling system for constructing curved ceilings and soffit linings. It can be used in conjunction with British Gypsum perforated and non-perforated boards to create unique, eye-catching ceiling designs as part of the interior design.

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