SmartGlass in action at Etihad's HQ in Abu Dhabi

Privacy SmartGlass has been installed at Etihad’s HQ in Abu Dhabi serving as a partition to the CEO’s Boardroom.

SmartGlass allows for easy and instant alterations of space, delivering privacy to carry out important meetings and presentations without distractions from onlookers and co-workers.   

In office interiors where ample lighting and the option of privacy are important, SmartGlass provides simple and reversible states of transparency with no alteration in light level making it an ideal solution.


Combining the functionality of an opaque wall with the transparency of clear glass, SmartGlass allows for an intriguing and contemporary use of space.


Etihad HQ - Opaque                              Etihad HQ - Transparent

SmartGlass is widely used within the hospitality, commercial and healthcare sectors as it illuminates environments, creating multi-functional spaces that adapt and respond to the needs of users at the flick of a switch.

We also provide professional advice to clients to develop custom-built solutions to address various design challenges in their respective work environments.

For us, design challenges are chances to adapt, innovate and create environments that surprise and inspire, both functionally and aesthetically.

We are delighted to see SmartGlass installed at Etihad’s HQ, one of the world’s leading airlines.

600450 SmartGlass in action at Etihad's HQ in Abu Dhabi
Date: 6 February 2013

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