What if glass used in building design, retail displays and exhibitions was fully transparent? Guardian Glass is launching its Invisible Glass campaign, highlighting the numerous possibilities that are now open to architects and designers using Guardian Clarity™ anti-reflective glass in exterior building applications.
While the use of anti-reflective glass for interior design and glass displays is becoming ever more common, Guardian Glass is now able to effectively use anti-reflective “invisible” glass for building and façade applications too. When glass continues to be a physical barrier, but is no longer an optical one, imagine the world of design opportunities this would present for architects and designers. Reflections and glare can now be minimised, creating invisible glazing for external facades and fenestrations without spoiling an otherwise perfect view.
The aesthetics of a glass façade are a complex matter that involve levels of internal and external reflection, colours and changes in these properties in different light conditions. Guardian Clarity™ anti-reflective glass gives architects and designers more freedom to create buildings that stand out – by increasing visibility into or from the building, or by creating an invisible canvass to bring the interior to the fore. Optimum performance and aesthetics can be achieved by creating different compositions that provide varying levels of reflection, solar control, thermal insulation and light transmission.
Curious in creating something invisible? Check out guardian-possibilities.com for more information and a free sample of Guardian Glass’ anti-reflective glass.