SmartGlass recently installed at Samworth Brothers HQ

SmartGlass was recently installed at the Samworth Brothers HQ, in conjunction with Planet Partitioning.

Samworth Brothers are a fourth generation family company with 13 businesses producing high quality chilled foods for the British market, employing over 8,000 people in well-invested, modern sites in Leicestershire and Cornwall. LC SmartGlass offers an innovative, stylish, and intriguing solution to privacy, space, and light concerns.It opens up a space to natural light whilst transparent, and allows for instant privacy at the flick of a switch.


When LC SmartGlass is switched ‘on’ it looks like ordinary clear glass in an office boardroom, but when switched ‘off’, the smart glass will turn opaque immediately providing instant privacy for when meetings are taking place. LC SmartGlass also acts as a high resolution rear projection screen ideal for boardroom presentations creating a greater sense of space and a minimalist style.

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Date: 6 November 2012

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