Introducing Hard-Working Anti-Glare Glass Surfaces

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Architects and designers are continuing to adopt holistic approaches to creating healthier environments. Mood- and productivity-boosting daylight, with the help of specialty architectural glass, can have a profound impact on the health and wellness for building occupants. Our new anti-glare architectural mirrors enhance the ambiance of interior spaces gently reflecting and diffusing daylight.

“Mirrored etched glass is a ‘quiet’ but powerful design element that can transform the space”

 

Anti-Glare “Soft” Titanium® Laminated Mirror in "Palest Bronze"

Anti-Glare “Soft” Titanium® Laminated Mirror in “Palest Bronze”

The “Lite” SatinTech™ mirrors provide softened reflections, creating luminous feature walls for a variety of applications, including hospitality, commercial, and residential interiors. The laminated etched mirrors display a sense of depth as they capture movement and accentuate colors in the space. The mirrors are available in a range of sophisticated earth tones, including pale and dark bronze and several shades of grey.

"Vivid Pastels" Soft-Etched Back-Painted Glass

SatinTech™ Pastel Collection

The reveal of this new palette comes on the heels of our recent ADEX Platinum Design Awards for the Houdini Unlocked™ and SatinTech™ Pastels. Both architectural glass collections gently disperse light and eliminate unwanted glare.

“Mirrored etched glass is a ‘quiet’ but powerful design element that can transform the space,” said Donald Jayson, Bendheim’s Senior Vice President. “Our carefully chosen color palette offers a contemporary aesthetic ideal for today’s design.”

Our new SatinTech mirrors are durable and maintenance friendly; a great fit for high-traffic environments and applications requiring safety glass, including elevator interiors. They are available in sizes up to 60” by 120”, in ¼” approx. thickness.

About Bendheim

Bendheim is one of the world’s foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. Founded in New York City in 1927, the fourth-generation, family-owned company offers a virtually unlimited range of in-stock and custom architectural glass varieties. Bendheim develops, fabricates, and distributes its products worldwide. The company maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in New York City