The broad range of applications of AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass makes it a highly versatile product. From protecting and preserving our heritage to providing reflection-free showcases for museums, it works exceptionally well in a wide variety of situations around the world.

Exterior of the Abu Dhabi Financial Center Car Park, featuring SCHOTT AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass

Gleaming architectural design

The high transparency of AMIRAN® lets natural sunlight flood in, creating beautifully illuminated architectural designs such as facades. For example, 6,000 square meters of AMIRAN® have created a glittering wraparound façade for the Abu Dhabi Financial Center’s car park complex. This glass also benefits interior details such as balustrades and cabinetry, as well as panels and walls for lobbies and foyers.

Window display of the Ermenegildo Zegna store in Macau, China, featuring SCHOTT AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass

Stylish shopfronts

Retailers love how AMIRAN® facades and shop windows encourage customers to take a closer look at the enticing items inside. Clothing and luxury brands, as well as furniture and car showrooms, benefit from its low reflective qualities. For example, the store of leading Italian fashion label Ermenegildo Zegna in Macau, China, is fitted with AMIRAN® glass, giving a beautifully clear view of its high-value products.

Display of an armoured medieval soldier at the Royal Palace museum in Dresden, Germany, made with SCHOTT AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass

Historical preservation

Museums play a vital role not only in preserving important relics from the past, but also making them visible for their visitors, and AMIRAN® makes sure people can see every detail. Showcases made from AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass are easy to clean, and have high levels of light transmittance as well as very low reflection so that museum-goers have a perfect view of history.

Windows of Cologne Cathedral, Germany, made with SCHOTT AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass

Protecting world heritage

For protection and preservation in the heritage and culture sectors, AMIRAN® protects some of the world’s finest historical and artistic buildings and features. For example, placed over 13th century stained glass windows at Cologne Cathedral, it serves as a powerful barrier to defend the vulnerable glass against damage from pollution, ultraviolet light and harsh weather.

Interior shot of the Victoria and Albert Museum  in London with showcases made from SCHOTT AMIRAN® anti-reflective glass

Curved champion

As one of the best bendable glass products on the market, AMIRAN® can be processed very effectively for use in curved glass applications in corporate and retail structural glazing, retaining its transparency and anti-reflective properties.

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