Indeglas introduces DEKO FG Nature – a new finely crafted, high performance glazed screen technology – to the market

Indeglas, the industry expert in interior glass solutions, is bringing the latest in glazed screen partitioning technology, combining high performance with a natural touch, to the UK and Irish market

DEKO FG Nature enables the transfer of light together with high acoustic performance whilst supporting cutting-edge interior design with its seamless blend of natural, minimalist detailing.

The new offering is the latest addition to the comprehensive range of DEKO products which the recently rebranded business can now provide as a consequence of its long-term relationship with leading system manufacturer DEKO of Denmark.

Cumbernauld-based Indeglas, formerly DEKO Scotland, has exclusive distribution rights to DEKO of Denmark products throughout the UK and Ireland.

DEKO FG Nature was initially launched in DEKO of Denmark’s acclaimed fit-out for Gorrissen Federspiel in the high-profile Axel Towers Building in the centre of Copenhagen.  The buildings were designed by renowned architect Lene Tranberg.

Indeglas Founder and Managing Director Jeanette MacIntyre said:

“DEKO FG Nature is an exciting addition to our range. It creates tremendous design opportunities in both contemporary and classic interiors.”

DEKO FG Nature follows the same minimal design features as Indeglas’s classic DEKO FG partition. It has many different types and thicknesses of glass, is easy to maintain and is fully demountable.

Indeglas, which is Danish for “inside glass”, traded as DEKO Scotland for 17 years until last June when it re-branded. It has created interior glass solutions for many prestigious projects throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK, including the City of Glasgow College, Riverside Campus and City Campus both of which have been nominated for the RIBA Stirling Prize.

The company’s service and product range enables architects and designers to put natural light at the heart of the built environment and aesthetically divide interior spaces. It also enhances the well-being of occupants in sectors as diverse as education, healthcare and local government.