AGC Flat Glass Europe deco glass at KBB, Birmingham

Date: 18 March 2008
Source: AGC Flat Glass Europe
Leading glass manufacturers AGC Flat Glass Europe are at the Kitchens, Bathrooms and Bedrooms exhibition at the NEC (Birmingham) from the 2nd to the 5th March 2008 to demonstrate the different uses of glass within the home.

AGC joins forces with customer Commonfield Contemporary Doors Ltd to show how glass can transform a home.

With its stand, AGC’s visitors can view the Matelac satin glass range and the ultra-smooth appearance of Matelux – an acid-etched glass. Both products are ideal for use within the home - in bathrooms and kitchens. Matelac for wall cladding; Matelux for cabinet doors, worksurfaces, partitioning and also throughout the rest of the home as furniture and wardrobe doors.

Visitors are also able to discover the new product Glassiled which combines LEDs and glass and which is specially designed for use in interior decoration (shelves, showcases, partitions). A must for any designer looking for a unique and innovative solution.

Along with other products from the AGC portfolio, these glasses offer a contemporary feel and a modern alternative to traditional materials.

Exhibition visitors are invited to visit AGC’s stand to find out more about where glass can be used and how it can transform a living space.

Stand AGC : Hall 17 – H11

600450 AGC Flat Glass Europe deco glass at KBB, Birmingham

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