Shaping up to be one of the world’s most advanced buildings, the Museum of the Future will feature some astonishing accomplishments in architectural design. So, assuring that all the exterior glazing is kept in pristine condition is crucial – especially when considering the ambiance, views and accentuating factors the Museum’s glass will add to visitors. As a result, a hydrophobic coating was specified by Killa Design – one that could keep the glass looking beautiful for years to come, as well as reduce cleaning costs and time.
After many months of testings and meetings, Killa Design, backed by Multiforms LLC, BAM International and the Ruler of Dubai, HH Sheikh Mohammed, decided to apply Diamon-Fusion to all the exterior glass surfaces. By chemically bonding to the silica in glass, Diamon-Fusion transforms ordinary glass into a high-performing hydrophobic surface proven not only to be a cost-effective solution for preserving glass, but also durable enough to keep glass looking beautiful and cleaner for longer.
Over 75,000 square feet (7,000 square meters) of high-performance, insulated glass will be pre-treated at the factory level by Multiforms LLC. Applying Diamon-Fusion before installation in the factory ensures consistent coverage and proper technique as applicators are trained and certified on the application process.