Interior of the German Book and Script Museum in Leipzig, Germany, featuring glass showcases made of SCHOTT MIRONA® semi-transparent mirrored glass


A truly unique material, MIRONA® transforms seamlessly from an elegant mirror to a transparent window at the flick of a switch. This astonishing feature offers brands and companies the ability to create stunning multimedia screens and interior designs that add a sense of discovery and drama to any display.
Interior of a clothes store featuring displays made of SCHOTT MIRONA® semi-transparent mirrored glass

Excellent visual options

The ability of MIRONA® to quickly flick from mirror to window offers a fascinating choice of options when choreographing the presentation of exhibits and products in the retail sector, as well as information in public spaces. The glass itself is long-lasting, scratch-resistant and simple to clean.

Semi-transparent mirrored image of a woman with male in the foreground in a display made from SCHOTT MIRONA® glass

Rapid change of pace

In stores and museums, MIRONA® delivers a rapid change of visual pace and function. In a clothing store, for example, a changing room mirror can be transformed into a glass display with an interactive screen, while a museum can quickly reconfigure lighting to spotlight specific objects in display cases.

We are certified

SCHOTT MIRONA® on float glass and MIRONA® laminated safety glass for glazing applications inside buildings conform to the following standards: DIN EN 1096-2 and DIN EN ISO 12543-2, following the provision of Directives 89 / 106 / EWG.

Exterior of the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall in Hamburg, Germany
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Magic moments in Hamburg’s concert hall

MIRONA® is used to great effect inside Hamburg's iconic Elbphilharmonie concert hall, where it's used in 32 circular wall displays. Discover more about this fascinating project.

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SCHOTT MIRONA® media column – a unique communication system

The Frankfurt Airport Center in Germany needed an eye-catching design for a media column to direct passengers and visitors. A glass cube was designed using SCHOTT MIRONA®, which appears to float, with its technology hidden behind the reflective surface.
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More than mirrors in the Elbphilharmonie

The Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg, Germany is a unique building and needed a unique glass to reflect its landmark status. SCHOTT MIRONA® was used to provide 32 stylish mirrors inside that transform into information displays when backlit.
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Display cabinets made of intelligent glass

The German Book and Script Museum in Leipzig features a 21m-long display cabinet that uses SCHOTT MIRONA® High-Reflective Grey glass and carefully timed lighting to intermittently illuminate fascinating artefacts and the viewer’s reflection.
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Discover our partner network

SCHOTT has an established partner network that offers our customers the opportunity to source architectural and image glazing products from carefully selected partners in different regions. Partner companies can be identified by the 'SCHOTT Architectural Partner' logo.

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