SCHOTT Announces Launch of Wall System to Provide a Complete Package of Glass Solutions For Interior Design

The Modular Construction Offers Diverse Design and Set-Up Options, Ranging From Free-Standing Individual Room Modules to More Extensive Connected WallsMay 17, 2012 - (Washington, D.

C. at AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Exhibition, Booth 2713) – SCHOTT, in partnership with Expotechnik, today announced the launch of the SCHOTT Wall System, a complete package of quality glass solutions with installations to suit all interior applications, such as illuminated walls and stylish partitions. The Wall System is available immediately and will be on display at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention and Design Exhibition from May 17-19 at the Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Utilizing extruded aluminum profiles, the Wall System is both strong and durable, while light and attractive in appearance. The modular construction offers diverse design and set-up options, ranging from free-standing individual room modules to more extensive connected walls. The modules can be equipped with door options, integrated multimedia technology and display cases. The range includes various sizes of wall frames and additional wall attachments, which can be installed up to 30 feet high.

“The SCHOTT Wall System has been created with the architect and interior designer in mind. For too long high-quality glass wall solutions have required custom design and installation, and now SCHOTT has delivered a complete solution from concept to installation,” said Donald Press, General Manager, Architecture + Design, SCHOTT North America, Inc. “The Wall System offers a fresh, new look for any room, and the modular approach provides versatility and turns ideas and concepts into reality.”

Products that can be integrated into the Wall System to help suit your clients’ needs include:

Opalika® white flashed opal glass, which is made from two fused glass layers, provides a unique method of evenly distributing light. When combined with purpose built lighting panels, a wall can provide a multitude of color effects, either fixed or shifting.

Mirona® transition glass offers the luxury of a highly reflective glass with the technical performance best in market for the display of screen technologies. Switching form mirror to screen in an instant, it can be used to carry simple information or complex sales messages tailored to client requirements.

Amiran® anti-reflective glass provides the possibility to build stunning showcases within the Wall System with exceptionally low reflection glass to bring the displayed items to life. High color rendering display LED lighting is also incorporated within the display case to ensure the product is shown to its best effect.

More information about the SCHOTT Wall System, including key product facts and technical data, is available here:

Further information:
SCHOTT North America
Matthew Kraft
555 Taxter Road
Elmsford, NY 10523
600450 SCHOTT Announces Launch of Wall System to Provide a Complete Package of Glass Solutions For Interior Design
Date: 21 May 2012

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