Future of Glass Technologies


Transform your building into an iconic landmark, Amaze people with inspiring visuals. Engage them with interactive content such as images or live digital artworks. Through instantaneously customisable content, we enable you to turn glass façades into storytelling canvases of architectural proportions.

Join the growing Smart City revolution, to create social hubs in our urban areas, where people can meet and form a seamless connection between the physical and digital experience. With 400 successfully completed projects worldwide, this innovative technology is tried and tested and is continually being improved upon. This is the next generation of storytelling at an architectural scale.


Imagine to transform any architectural surface in a green energy maker. BIPVs are truly elegant means of producing electricity on site, directly from the sun, without concern for energy supply or environmental harm. These solid-state devices simply make electricity out of sunlight, silently with no maintenance, no pollution, and no depletion of materials. The system consists of integrating photovoltaic modules into the building envelope, such as a roof or main facade. Acting simultaneously as both building envelope material and electricity generator, provides savings in material and electricity costs, reduce fossil fuel use and ozone-depleting gas emissions, and add architectural interest to the building. Both the building owner and the utility benefit from grid connected BIPV.


Transparent photovoltaic quantum dot technology is a groundbreaking innovation in the field of sustainable architecture. It involves the integration of quantum dot solar cells into transparent surfaces like windows and facades, allowing them to generate electricity from sunlight while remaining visually transparent. This technology holds immense potential for advancing sustainability in architecture for several reasons. transparent photovoltaic quantum dot technology offers a dual-purpose solution. It allows buildings to harness solar energy without compromising aesthetics or obstructing natural light. This means that architects can design energy-efficient structures that seamlessly blend with their surroundings, reducing the need for traditional, opaque solar panels.



Electrochromic glass is a cutting-edge technology used in architecture to enhance sustainability and energy efficiency in buildings. This innovative material is designed to change its optical properties, particularly its transparency and tint, in response to an applied voltage or electrical current. When a voltage is applied, the glass can transition from a clear or transparent state to a tinted or opaque state, and vice versa. By adjusting the level of tint based on external conditions like sunlight and temperature, electrochromic glass can effectively control the amount of heat and light entering a building. This reduces the need for energy-consuming HVAC systems and artificial lighting, leading to significant energy savings and lower utility bills.