Holland Landing, Ontario – Inscape Corporation, a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative workplace solutions, announces the purchase of all intellectual property and trademarks owned by Acme Architectural Walls, a manufacturer and designer of demountable office partitions.

Jack, Marc and Michael Teich, former owners of Acme Architectural Walls have formed a new business entity, Acme Sales Group, Inc. and will represent Inscape’s wall product portfolio in the New York area. They will market and provide project management for all of Inscape’s wall products, including some former Acme designs and constructions, to architects, clients, general contractors, client representatives and construction managers.

“This purchase and the addition of local representation is a good fit for Inscape as we continue to invest in growing our architectural walls business,” said Kent Smallwood, General Manager of Inscape’s architectural walls division. “The Teich family has been successful in marketing architectural walls in the competitive New York market and we are very pleased that they will be part of the new Inscape team in this strategic market.”

About Acme

Acme Architectural Walls has been a leader in the NY market for demountable office partitions for over 50 years, specializing in critical design sensitive solutions desired by architects and designers of numerous Fortune 500 clients. The acquisition of Acme’s intellectual property and product portfolio by Inscape continues the Acme legacy of providing highly aesthetic wall solutions.

About Inscape

Headquartered in Holland Landing, Canada, Inscape is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative solutions for today’s constantly evolving workplace, offering a range of award winning products and services, including office furniture systems, filing and storage, desking, casegoods and architectural products. Inscape’s products are designed to integrate together and create unique product solutions to meet the needs of today’s multi-generational workforce.

Source: Inscape

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