SECAUCUS, NJ – Powered by Alice®, Glass Fabricator and Designer GGI will be showcasing one of the hottest trends in interior design today: True Color Fades. Once only available through dot-gradient patterns, GGI has become the pioneer in custom true color fades. Most popular in white but available in any color, GGI will be showing off at this years NeoCon a variety of original digital prints, back painted and satin etch white backgrounds, perfect for your design needs and privacy applications (Booth # 8-4098).
As a fabricator and supplier of decorative glass, GGI encourages visitors to stop by the booth and see these beautiful prints up close. The ability to customize both coverage and opacity allows designers to achieve high design while keeping their client satisfied and glowing with natural sunlight. Achieving privacy without sacrificing the effect of natural lighting proves to be especially powerful in commercial interiors, conference rooms, partitions and entrance systems.
The final product can be treated and cleaned as clear glass would. A recent installation at Newark International Airport Terminal B is a prime example of performance and versatility. “It is especially important to be able to control privacy in airports, where security is of the utmost importance,” says Stephen Balik, head of business development and principal of GGI. “Through Alice® direct-to-glass-printing, we were able to offer the architect the perfect balance of safety and design.”
“Alice® operates completely off digital files -- no screens necessary, and is therefore a fitting technology to be used for anything from fades to company logos, and even reproducing fine art,” says Balik. “Alice® has opened up artistic explorations in glass that we once thought were never possible.”
In addition to exhibiting a vast collection of white glass products, GGI will have a series of new interior glass products on display, ranging from digital prints, back painting, patterned glass, flooring and anti reflective.
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