Smart Glass Company LightGlass honoured with Architizer A+Award


Great success for Austrian technology company LightGlass. The patented ALED Privacy-Plus technology by the smart glass company was honoured with the most renowned American architecture award, the Architizer A+Award. Paul Brettschuh, CEO, LightGlass Technology GmbH: “The Architizer A+Award is confirmation for us that we are moving in the right direction. As a result of all this attention, we have already been able to book several development orders from the automobile, glazing, yacht building, room division and façade industries. We will use this awareness to become even stronger internationally.”

The Architizer A+Award recognizes the best architectural projects and products every year. As the largest award of its kind, it has a worldwide audience of more than 400 million people. The winners include renowned industry greats such as Gluckman Tang, Zaha Hadid Architects, IwamotoScott, Studio Gang Architects, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, Alison Brooks Architects, Hiroshi Nakamura + NAP and many more.

Austrian technology company LightGlass convinced with its patented technology ALED Privacy-Plus, the new generation for self-illuminating glass with increased visual protection. Architectural glass with integrated ALED technology offers artificial light in daylight quality at the push of a button even in darkness, which is not only of interest in northern latitudes, but also when it comes to living and working comfortably. ALED Privacy-Plus, the new technology from LightGlass, also offers adjustable visual protection and the unique chance to fulfill both the need for complete transparency and absolute privacy.

The Vienna-based technology company LightGlass Technology GmbH develops and licenses self-illuminating glass in daylight quality as well as glass with integrated technical modules for the international industry.

The patented product technologies with their unique selling points are suitable for use in all architectural glass processing industries and are licensed to companies in the areas of windows and doors, façade and dry construction, elevators, hospital technologies, partition wall systems, retail architecture and smart home applications as well as generalists for architectural glass, light and electronics. Another business segment is contract research for major international companies.


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