Deko Scotland is a well known innovative supplier of innovative glass solutions to a number of Scotland’s more high profile new buildings has announced that it will be rebranding itself as Indeglas. The company will be changing their name to Indeglas, which is the Danish for “inside glass”.
Deko Scotland has been trading as such for the past seventeen years, but the rebranding took place on Thursday the 29th of June at Glasgow City College Riverside Campus. The launch was announced in front of a 100-strong audience of individuals that were representative of a range of different UK construction businesses.
The Riverside Campus where the rebranding announcement was made has been nominated for the UK’s most prestigious architectural award which is the RIBA Stirling Prize. The interior glass systems on the campus has been designed and built by Indeglas.
The company has been working for the past 20 years in order to gain experience through successful projects and the contacts such as Deko of Denmark, the interior glass manufacturer. According to the Founder and Managing Director of Jeanette MacIntyre, the relaunch as Indeglas was a natural step for the innovative glass solutions provider. The name change has taken place for the Cumbernauld based company as a nod to the successful Danish philosophy of design which is Form Follows Function. This name change shows their use of the design mentality as well as allowing a specific and personal brand to shine.
Trading as Deko Scotland, and as the only supplier of Deko products in the country it was time for the rebranding. However, the company will continue to distribute and install Deko products across the UK and Ireland. Indeglas products have been approved and made available by RIBA BIM Library, NBS Plus and RIBA Product Selector. Hopefully the next twenty years will be as successful as the previous for Indeglas.