SmartGlass International is a sponsor of the Future Build feature at this year’s Grand Designs Live

SmartGlass International is a proud sponsor of the Future Build feature at this year’s Grand Designs Live which runs from 25 April to 04 May in London’s Excel.

A large panel of grey tinted LC SmartGlass will be featured allowing visitors to interact by operating the SmartGlass window.  Grey tinted LC SmartGlass offers many advantages including control over privacy, heat & light while protecting from damaging UV.

In the Future Build theatre visitors can get a first-hand look at cutting-edge products which have been chosen as essential to improving sustainability in the built environment.  With the code for Sustainable buildings requiring all new homes to be zero carbon by 2016, it’s no surprise that the products are all environmentally friendly, offering the opportunity to reduce your carbon footprint.

See:  http://www.granddesignslive.com/detail.php?page=604&s=2002

 

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