Rockwell Unscripted® Creative Wall®

Creative Wall can be both backdrop and focal point. As a freestanding plane or connected by crossbeams, it both defines and creates open-ended spaces, allowing for circulation and connection within the open plan. It uses scale and a combination of aperture and enclosure to create landmarks, pavilions, portals, studios, and workshops for individuals or teams.


A variety of surface materials and interactive elements bring a sense of play. Its expandable planning capabilities make for unlimited opportunities to design unique, immersive workplaces that can evolve over time.

New at NeoCon 2018:
Creative Wall Enclosures

Creative Wall Enclosures incorporate the same post and lintel framework as Creative Wall but offer entirely closed spaces with doors and windows for private phone conversations or highly focused work.

Finishes

  • color Grade 10-55 Panel Fabric
  • color 3mm Filzfelt (63 Colors)
  • color Cork
  • color Magnetized Porcelain Markerboard
  • color Jet Black
  • color Medium Grey
  • color Folkstone Grey
  • color Bright White
  • color Whitened Ash
  • color Silverwood
  • color Smokewood
  • color Barnwood
  • color Natural Oak (V2)
  • color Birch with Birch Edge (V2)
  • color Pippy Oak (V3)
  • color Rustic Walnut (V2)
  • color Perforated Steel - Jet Black
  • color Perforated Steel - Black Brown
  • color Perforated Steel - Medium Grey
  • color Perforated Steel - Folkstone Grey
  • color Perforated Steel - Bright White
  • color Jet Black - Smooth
  • color Black Brown - Smooth
  • color Medium Grey - Smooth
  • color Folkstone Grey - Smooth
  • color Bright White - Smooth

Dimensions

Additional Info

Planning and Construction
  • Creative Wall can be specified as a preconfigured freestanding single wall or at the component level with wall frames fitted with trims, a variety of surface materials, stabilizing feet and optional crossbeams, headers, columns, fins, drapery tracks, electrical components, and accessories
  • Frames, trim, crossbeams, headers and columns are extruded aluminum
  • Fins are perforated steel
  • Stabilizing feet are steel
  • SURFACE MATERIALS
    • Fabric on fiberglass core, tackable
    • Laminate on MDF core
    • Laminate markerboard on MDF core, writable
    • Veneer on MDF core
    • FilzFelt 3mm design felt on Akustika core, tackable Cork on Akustika core, tackable
    • Laminate markerboard on MDF core, writable
    • Porcelain on steel with MDF backer, writable and magnetized
Awards
  • Best of NeoCon 2016 Gold Award
  • Interior Design Magazine HiP Award at NeoCon 2016
  • #Metropolislikes Award at NeoCon 2016
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® and GREENGUARD Gold Certified®
  • FSC® Certified

Planning Ideas

Unscripted is anything but unplanned. It is the culmination of years of research—by Knoll and Rockwell, independently and together—about the way work is truly done today.
 

Work increasingly takes places elsewhere. At a coffee shop or lunch counter, walking down the street, sitting on a park bench or perched on a bar stool and, overall, the urge to demarcate or defend individual territory is giving way to a desire for community. Whether alone or with colleagues, planned or the result of happenstance, people are often productive at unexpected moments and in unforeseen settings.
 

Blurring the boundary between work and play in the office doesn’t diminish the amount of work being done. Instead, it injects a new vitality, creating holistic, open-to-interpretation workplaces that can enhance ingenuity and productivity.
 

Unscripted takes the notion of planning for spontaneity from an inherent contradiction to a tangible reality: with fairly little effort, furniture can be adapted or reconfigured around you at any given moment and it can evolve over time.
 

Rockwell Group creates extraordinary experiences and built environments across the globe.
 

Founded in 1984 by David Rockwell, FAIA, the firm focuses on architecture and design that emphasizes innovation and thought leadership in environments including restaurants, hotels, cultural institutions, and theater. Inspired by live performance, Rockwell Group creates a unique narrative for each project.
 

David Rockwell’s decades of experience in restaurant and hotel design is directly translatable to emerging trends in the workplace. Above all, Rockwell knows how to make the people who inhabit his spaces feel comfortable and in control—the protagonists in dramas of their own making—and it’s this same sense of hospitality and empowerment that office workers, liberated from their desks by wireless technology, are seeking.