Occupant Wellness
Healthy Building, Happy People
When buildings have abundant daylight and views of the outdoors, people thrive. Workers are more productive, students learn better, and patients heal faster. Traditional buildings use manual blinds, which are typically down 50%-70% of the day, blocking daylight and views. Smart windows solve that problem.
View of the Voyage Privé building.
Learn how Voyage Privé improved the health and wellness of its occupants.
Smarter, Greener Construction
Electrochromic glass can significantly improve energy efficiency and help you achieve green building certifications for your project. Smart glass responds to changes in the environment, limiting the heat or cold entering the space, and can reduce loads on HVAC systems.
Exterior of the building behind a grass quad with custom smart glass windows.
See how Schneider Electric designed IntenCity to seek LEED Platinum certification.
Distinctive Design
Modern, Minimalist Aesthetics
With electrochromic glass, you can design beautiful indoor spaces without covering your views with blinds and shades. This can create a sleek look and feel, and reduce the need for ongoing cleaning and maintenance.
Exterior of brick building with custom smart glass buildings.
See how San Jacinto College used smart windows in their innovative, mass-timber design.
Proven Technology
From Niche to Mainstream
While electrochromic glass was once a novel technology, it’s becoming mainstream. We’ve installed smart glass in schools, airports, offices, stores, libraries, restaurants, and more. Smart glass has a similar life expectancy to static glass windows.
Google Exterior photo, Bengaluru, India
Featuring over 200,000 sq. ft. of SageGlass Harmony® smart windows, the new Rio Business Park from the Bagmane Group is the future workspace for Google.