New 2013 Smartglass sample and book now available!

We here at Smartglass are delighted to announce the launch of our new 2013 samples. We have also recently published our first book, Smartglass – Bright Thinking.

Throughout the past year, after much consultation with interior designers, architects and product specialists, we have been developing our new 2013 Smartglass samples which have been created with the end-user in mind.A sleek low-iron sample of Privacy Smartglass rests in a simple but striking black battery-operated base.One quick press of the chrome button will switch the Smartglass from opaque to transparent. The panel will reset itself after a few seconds of inactivity or can be manually switched off using the button.

 

The new samples are shipped in our newly-designed bespoke black foam cases and feature a 16GB USB flash drive pre-loaded with digital copies of our Smartglass book and product animation. The remainder of the digital space to be utilised at your will!

We are also delighted to announce the publication of our first book, Smartglass – Bright Thinking. This 160 paged tome features professionally photographed images from some of our more iconic past projects, including the Kempinski Grand & Ixir, Bahrain; Microsoft’s Portuguese HQ in Lisbon, and the CERN Globe of Science and Innovation in Geneva.

 

Smartglass – Bright Thinking is a must have for any product library where electronically switchable glass may come under consideration for use.

For more information, or to arrange a book or sample, please contact info@smartglassinternational.com

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Date: 29 April 2013
Source: www.smartglassinternational.com

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