Architect@Work Stuttgart : A special preview of the next PRIVA-LITE generation...

At the occasion of Architect@work in Stuttgart (7th & 8th of November 2012), QUANTUM GLASS will introduce its «PRIVA-LITE Concept Glass»- Extra large glass- Best optical qualities on the market- Lowest electrical consumptionThe technologies presented on your stand...

PRIVA-LITE® : PRIVA-LITE technology is an active glass allowing space and privacy management, by switching from translucent to transparent with no alteration of light transmission.The glass transparency can be controlled on demand and instantaneously via a switch or a movement detector.

  • LEDinGLASS® : LEDInGLASS technology is a screen-printed optical glass edge-lit by LEDs. Diffused throughout the thickness of the glass, the light is reflected on both surfaces by a frame or screen-printed pattern that can be customized. Combined with low energy consumption, the LEDinGLASS technology is a durable material capable of creating infinite possibilities.

  • E-GLAS® : E-GLAS technology is a heating glass with 3 functions: anti-condensation, comfort heating and snowmelting. This transparent and heating cover allows to remove the cold wall effect and to increase the contribution of natural light, while improving the aesthetics of the interiors.



Hall 9 - Booth 120



Philippe COQUERY

Sales manager «Central Europe»

T. + 33 1 53 01 77 00


600450 Architect@Work Stuttgart : A special preview of the next PRIVA-LITE generation...
Date: 7 November 2012

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