Libraries are so much more than just places to check out books and media; they are places to research history, genealogy, take classes, and more. Twinsburg Public Library in Twinsburg, Ohio, recently started offering passport photograph sessions to their patrons. But they needed to offer a private space to take the photos. That’s why Cari Dubiel, Adult Learning and Information Services Manager, came to Versare.
Dubiel picked a nook in the library that was the perfect size for a passport photo booth, but it wasn’t private enough for taking pictures. Because they didn’t need to cover much area and only needed to fit a few people at a time, we chose the Hush Panel Configurable Cubicle Partition System, a tool-less and fully customizable workstation.
With two finishes and over 20 colors, along with a variety of panel sizes, Dubiel had a lot of options. She selected our powder blue acoustical fabric, which adds sound-proofing and enhances privacy, with polycarbonate windows for light flow. Dubiel was appreciative of the excellent customer service she received from Versae, and with the Hush Panel. “Thanks so much for the help with the hush panels,” Dubiel said. “They are working great. Thanks so much!”