Switchable glass in flooring, staircases, balconies and more
Switchable floors in museums can be used as images to back up the details of an exhibition.
Offering a glance into the behind-the-scenes of an elevator is a cutting-edge finishing touch which can provide riders a whole new elevator experience.
Glass ceilings are often chosen for buildings that span over multiple floors. Used to showcase visually impressive scenes underfoot, a second-story glass floor also doubles up as a glass ceiling for the visitors on the ground. Serving as both the roof’s floor and a ceiling, a glass roof can offer the ultimate in incredible views.
One of the primary functions of switchable glass is that it combats privacy concerns. A switchable roof would serve to offer the best of both worlds - instant privacy or a stunning view of the sky - all at the press of a button.
The applications do not stop there. With this amazingly versatile technology, switchable glass can be used in a similar fashion on, for example, balconies, granting access to some incredible views both underfoot and above.