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When it comes to offices it’s no one size fits all, especially after the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In recent years, many businesses had already made the move to abolish the expected dynamic of the office workplace, following the likes of pioneering companies like Google, Shopify and Airbnb. However, the global pandemic has forced…

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Are you interested in switchable smart glass, but have some questions? We can help.  Intelligent Glass is a leader in switchable smart glass technology. We’ve been developing our range of patented switchable smart glass products for over 15 years, and we’re more than happy to help you understand what switchable smart glass is and what…

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Bathrooms have the potential to be both elegantly designed and functional spaces. If designed with flair, a bathroom can be a centrepiece to a home and a place of tranquillity and light that offers a spa-at-home experience every day. Here we run through the latest trends in bathroom interior design and bathroom glass design to…

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Since 1980 there have been no minimum building regulations for space standards in new housing built in both England and Scotland. The lack of regulations have led to new UK homes being the smallest in Europe, with the average room size of a UK new build being 70% smaller than that of France and new…

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Glass has been with us for nearly 6,000 years. But when it comes to design, there’s no other material that evokes such a futuristic feel. And when glass is combined with the latest cutting-edge technology to enhance homes, workplaces, hotels, and other leisure spaces, you can feel as if you’ve stepped into the future. Here…

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The creative use of glass is at the heart of a wave of innovations sweeping through museums and art galleries around the world. Glass is being used to bring displays to life, to enhance the visitor experience, to better display art and artefacts, and to protect them.  Here we take a look at some of…

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2021 is already shaping up to be a very different year compared to 2020, with a sense of normality resuming across the UK and businesses finally reopening after a year of closure we can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. With a new year as always comes new trends, and this…

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Privacy has always been a key factor in decision making when it comes to buying a home. With new build homes offering a fraction of the space when compared to older properties, homeowners are now looking for new ways to keep their space private. Traditionally privacy has always been achieved using blinds and curtains but…

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Despite being invented in the 1880’s and solidifying itself as a design staple of the art deco era, Crittall style glazing is once again an interior design must have. Over a century since it’s heyday, these metal framed windows are a popular choice for contemporary homes and offices looking to add a hint of industrial…

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If any one year has taught us the value of good interior design, it’s 2020. As we were all confined to our homes for months on end, outdated corners of our rooms stood out starkly—forcing us to rethink, redesign, and renovate. That’s why 2021 is such an exciting time for interior design. Here, we list…

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