LC SmartGlass: The Innovative Interior Solution

Date: 31 October 2011
Source: SmartGlass International
LC SmartGlass Technology offers construction contractors, engineers, architects and interior designers a completely new way to define spaces.

LC SmartGlass combines the functionality of an opaque wall with the style and lighting of clear glass. With glass being inherently thin, designers are turning ever more toward it to save space and inject style. This clever use of glass ties in with the prevailing trend of clean, minimalist styles in room design.

Switchable LC SmartGlass is the ideal solution for creating a bright open space as it not only lets more light into the area but also gives the impression of increased space throughout the entire room.

When LC SmartGlass is switched ‘on’ it  looks like ordinary clear glass in an office boardroom, but when switched ‘off”, the smart glass will turn opaque immediately providing instant privacy for the meeting taking place. LC SmartGlass also acts as a high resolution rear projection screen ideal for boardroom presentations creating a greater sense of space and minimalist style.

LC SmartGlass was recently installed at the esteemed New Court Building in London’s Square Mile and is the first scheme by Rem Koolhaas in London which is soon to be home to the Rothschild Investment Banking Group.

600450 LC SmartGlass: The Innovative Interior Solution
Date: 31 October 2011
Source: SmartGlass International

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