A series of pictures displayed in an art gallery glazed with SCHOTT anti-reflective glass

Anti-Reflective and Reflective Glazing

SCHOTT understands the visual possibilities of architectural glass, and our range of reflective and anti-reflective glazing can serve a myriad of purposes. As well as their practical functions, they can produce effects that range from the subtle and near-invisible to the beguiling and magical.

Glazing for facades

When transparency is paramount, SCHOTT technology is the clear choice for facades. Display windows and showrooms, panorama restaurants and VIP areas in stadiums rely on products such as SCHOTT’s innovative AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass to ensure no unwanted reflections obscure the view, whatever the light differences on either side of the pane.

Glazing for showcases

An elegant glass display case can really draw the attention, but unwanted reflections or fingerprints can create a frustrating obstacle. So when museums, jewelers and boutiques want to give their showcases real impact, they choose SCHOTT. AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass provides near-invisible protection for valuable objects, while our glass tubing is a truly stylish choice, offering high transparency and viewer-friendly cylindrical designs.

SCHOTT anti-reflective glazing is ideal for art display in galleries

Picture glazing

When glazing artwork or photos for protection and display, you need protective glazing that doesn’t interrupt the connection between the viewer and the image. SCHOTT’s range of MIROGARD® glass is the choice of many top galleries thanks to its anti-reflective coating, impressive UV protection and outstanding color rendering.

SCHOTT MIRONA® glass used for innovative displays in the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie

Semi-transparent mirrored glazing

SCHOTT’s innovative MIRONA® glass demonstrates how the reflective properties of glass can inspire stunning visual effects. When fitted in front of a dark space, the glass forms an elegant mirror, but when lit from behind it becomes a transparent window. This creates breathtaking staging of displays, such as the installations within Hamburg’s landmark Elbphilharmonie.