Project Announcement-MagicGlas™ Switchable Glass at Citibank, London

May 2, 2013: GlasNovations are delighted to announce that MagicGlas™ switchable glass will be installed in the Citibank project in London.

The installation is scheduled for early June 2013.  

This is the second Citibank project being installed by GlasNovations in the past 12 months. GlasNovations are providing complete supply, installation and commissioning service on this project. MagicGlas™ has been installed in some of the prestigious projects around the world including the Zulekha Hospitals in Dubai, Royal Bank of Scotland in Edinburgh, NHS Birmingham Children's Hospital, Riad Diab in Saudi Arabia, BAE Systems in London, Savills in London and Royal Bank of Scotland in New Delhi. MagicGlas switchable privacy glass has various advantages.

It provides privacy on demand at the flick of a switch, and also makes the built environment healthier and pleasant. It allows most of the visible light during the OFF state (obscure) and makes the work area lighter and cleaner.

The MagicGlas panels can be cleaned easily and provides excellent acoustic and safety performance.

About GlasNovations: GlasNovations is UK and India's largest manufacturer and supplier of switchable privacy glass as well self-tinting thermochromic glass.The company has many firsts to its credit. It supplied the world's largest switchable glass panel to Met Bar Restaurant in London. It is also the first company in the UK, India and UAE to introduce self-tinting thermochromic windows. The company is presently working on a number of cutting edge technologies in the area of dynamic glazing.

For more information, please contact GlasNovations on, or +44 161 495 3650.

600450 Project Announcement-MagicGlas™ Switchable Glass at Citibank, London
Date: 6 May 2013

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