Blue Walls has a very flexible system with multiple ways to build…

Shared Columns

Building with Shared Columns involves reusing columns at wall intersections.

This approach is less expensive because it minimizes the columns needed for a build.

In addition, this approach results in symmetric designs where columns stay aligned.

One drawback to this approach is that moving the build is more difficult because it requires tearing everything down completely.

This approach is preferred if the build does not need to be moved once constructed.

Ways to Build - Shared Columns

Independent Wall Segments

Building with Independent Wall Segments involves creating wall segments using two columns and two panels  and then connecting the wall segments with orange connector components.

This approach allows moving the build easily and changing the build quickly by removing the orange connector components and moving each wall segment using the hand wells in the columns.

One drawback to this approach is that it is more expensive (requires more columns).

Another drawback is that the build is often non-symmetric because columns are not guaranteed to be aligned.

This approach is preferred if the build needs to be moved or changed frequently.

Repeated Columns and Double Walls

Normally, flat walls should be avoided in favor of simply adding perpendicular walls.  Using perpendicular walls creates stability.

If perpendicular walls are not possible, there are a few other options to make a long flat wall more stable…

  • Use double columns
  • Use triple columns
  • Use double walls