Two way mirrors are the kind of thing we commonly see in the movies. However they serve a very real role in our society, for interrogation rooms, market research and many more practical purposes.

We created Observa™ to provide a two way mirror that offers offers high quality vision and effectively provides discreet, unobtrusive monitoring. It has the appearance of a mirror on the subject side, while providing privacy for observers.
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Discretion and Privacy

Observa™ achieves privacy for observers as long as a light ratio of 1:7 is achieved, where the subject side is brightly illuminated and the observer side is dimly lit.

Versatility for Observa Glass


Observa™ can be tailored to suit a variety of applications and needs, for example adding a heavy interlayer to provide enhanced protection.

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Safety & Security

Observa™ stays in place even when broken, offering greater durability and protection.

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Reflective Coating

Observa™ has a specifically designed system of reflectivity and light absorption levels that secures the privacy of observers.

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Tested & Certified

Observa™ is tested and certified to Grade A safety glass standards.

Technical Specifications

  • Internal applications required discreet, unobtrusive monitoring
  • Maximum Size: 3660 x 2440mm

This product is pretty technical - which is why we'd like to know your requirements before giving you all the details. Help us help you by getting in touch today.

A light ratio of 1:7 is recommended, where the subject side is brightly illuminated and the observer side is dimly lit.

Bright lighting sources must be avoided in the observerés area and spotlights directed away from the Observa™surface. We recommend using dark furnishing colours and that dark clothing be worn in the observation area.

Glazing should be in accordance with the Australian Standard AS1288, New Zealand Standard NZS4223 and Oceania's recommendations for laminated glass.

The reflective surface must be installed to the subject side.

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