Almost everyone has, at some point, lived in, or worked in, a building with drywall built in. It’s a staple type of wall in any house, but it can also have many unconventional uses in both permanent and temporary structures.
Temporary Room Splitter
Many buildings now have the facility for rooms to be changed at will. This is particularly popular in shared buildings where business often move in and out, and walls need to be changed to accommodate the new tenants. A cheap divider looks unprofessional and cannot split a room into two or three smaller ones, yet floor voids provide excellent space for sliding slots into which pre-cut drywall can be placed.