Overview

All reports about MIROGARD®/MIROGARD PROTECT®

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Albertina
Marble, Gold and “Mirogard”
The reopening of the renowned Albertina Museum in Vienna in March 2003 was the media event of the year in Austria. Queen Sonja of Norway and Austrian President Thomas Klestil opened the renovated museum, which had remained closed to the public for nearly 10 years. Many of the exhibits are now protected by “Mirogard” products, SCHOTT’s anti-reflective picture glazing. [more]


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Picture glazing
Protection with True Rendition
The Albertina palace in Vienna houses one of the largest and most valuable graphic collections in the world. “Mirogard Protect” offers safe protection against UV rays and vandalism. [more]


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SCHOTT GLASMuseum
From Obsidian to Laser glass
How long has glass existed? The answer to this and many other intriguing questions about this universal material can be found at the SCHOTT GLASMuseum in Jena, which opened its doors on September 1, 2000. [more]


SCHOTT at the EXPO
The World on Foot
For five months, visitors from around the world could tour the world on foot at the EXPO 2000 in Hanover where SCHOTT was a member of the Food Pavilion. [more]