Thank you to Marcus for the use of his model GrabCad super computing machine
The walls can move freely to provide and open office, semi open office or an enclosed office space easily with a little push @ the walls.
Trying to keep this on a minimum budget I have chosen relativity cheep materials that would work well with each other to produce this model.
The book shelves doubles up as a storage unit that would be easy to move from one office to another or even to an exhibition that GrabCAD were going to.
It is made of simple MDF. The rails that the walls run around and ceiling supports are made of simple MDF.
The walls are made from PVC coated nylon or polyester. The PVC is then sewn together with bonded nylon thread. To reinforce high load and wear at the seams webbing can be added to the strength of the seam. It is then inflated by air to give it a solid structure but also this will give flexibility to the walls to be able to pushed around the corners within the runners, this will also be a good sound barrier to keep the noise in or out. The ends connect to the Display case with magnets. This material is very light weight cost efficient and can be easy deflated and folded up in to the book shelve storage case. The ceiling is made from the same material only clear PVC so that light can penetrate it. The displace case is made of 4 simple aluminium poles with 8 bolts in place to hold the glass/perspective plates in place. It can be used to showcase a models that have been rapid prototyped or similar there could also be the option to put a light in the top cylinder. This is another very simple to build and dismantle model that will also fit in to the book shelve/ storage unit.