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Glazing Europe’s Tallest Tower

From - Wed, 21/09/2016 - 09:21
Glazing Europe’s tallest tower included glazing the façade with two skins, formed of double-glazing units incorporating three different glass components.

Saint-Gobain’s COOL-LITE and PLANITHERM were assembled by Glassolutions’ Eckelt Glas site (Austria) for the building’s façades and to provide its occupants with maximum year-round comfort. The SGG COOL-LITE® SKN 076 II glass combines solar control, high light transmission with a neutral appearance.

The solar control, heat reflective glass, SGG COOL-LITE ST Bright Silver offers extreme transparency and an aesthetic, neutral reflection.

The low-e PLANITHERM ONE II glass panes on SGG DIAMANT deliver the market’s best energy-efficiency performance, allowing maximum light penetration and keeping the interiors warm.

Lakhta Center has made a conscious effort to embrace a number of innovative energy-saving technologies in its design, significant among which is the glazing solution from Saint-Gobain.

The Future of Cities: Green Building to Driverless Cars – At A Glance

From - Wed, 20/07/2016 - 14:24

What will the cities of the future look like? How could they be affected by driverless cars, changing work habits, green building and the environment?

Quelles sont les technologies clés du bâtiment pour 2020 et au-delà ?

From - Wed, 25/05/2016 - 12:07

Le ministère se félicite de la présence d'acteurs français tout au long de la chaîne de valeur, avec certaines groupes d'envergure internationale (Saint-Gobain, Lafarge, Vicat, Schneider Electric, Dalkia, Cofely, Legrand, Atlantic, Aldes) et une bonne complémentarité entre les industriels et les institutionnels (CSTB, Cetiat, Ifsttar). Il loue "la reconnaissance mondiale des ingénieurs et architectes français" et soutient que le contexte réglementaire et sociétal est "propice au développement technologique"

F1 technology advances tall building design

From - Mon, 09/05/2016 - 12:50
Technology that optimises the performance of Formula 1 racing cars is now solving problems for tall buildings.
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