Designed by Himmel Interior Systems in Australia, Himmel Aluminium partitioning suites incorporate a host of proven innovative concepts to assist both design and installation.

Aluminium is a proven construction material for buildings, vehicles, appliances, and products, both as a framing and cladding material. In the building industry, it is by far the most common material used for window and door joinery, curtain walls and shop fronts. Its selection is based on many criteria – one being its ease of fabrication to provide visual appeal and easy maintenance.

Today’s design trends along with the new world we live in brings the need to evolve existing larger open plan spaces efficiently into smaller offices allowing individuals or teams to have their own space to feel safe in.

Our innovative range of systems support, inspire and enable people to collaborate, share knowledge, learn together, build, and produce innovation and success.


Himmel Aluminium participates in the Living Building Challenge Declare program. You can make the right aluminium product decisions when designing and specifying for your projects by selecting aluminium products that have Declare material documentation available.

Declare Labels provide a clear and informative “nutrition label” for building products by answering three simple questions: Where does a product come from? What is it made of? And where does it go at the end of its life?

Declare aligns with our commitment to transparency in support of the Living Building Challenge’s Red List and Appropriate Sourcing Products in the Himmel Aluminium range. Aluminium can be recycled indefinitely due to its high intrinsic value. Aluminium is also the most cost-effective metal or material to be recycled. Aluminium has been recycled since it was first commercially produced and today recycled aluminium accounts for one-third of global consumption worldwide.

Recycling is an essential part of the aluminium industry and makes good sense economically, technically, and ecologically. All aluminium products retain value, even at the end of their useful life, which guarantees that it is possible to continue to create value by recycling them into new products.

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