From construction, industrial challenges and science to key social issues and the company of the future: Saint-Gobain takes you on a journey to explore new domains. To find, learn, question, decipher and be surprised. To discover the world as it is being built.

CONSTRUCTION ISSUES

CONSTRUCTION ISSUES

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INDUSTRIAL CHALLENGES

INDUSTRIAL CHALLENGES

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THE COMPANY OF TOMORROW

THE COMPANY OF TOMORROW

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SCIENCES

SCIENCES

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SOCIETY

SOCIETY

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FOCUS: SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

Building the future means designing solutions that ensure that the buildings of today and tomorrow contribute, throughout their life cycle, to the wellbeing of each person and to protecting the environment.

CONSTRUCTION GOES DIGITAL AND SUSTAINABLE

CONSTRUCTION GOES DIGITAL AND SUSTAINABLE

The digitalization of society is driving lasting change and the construction industry is no exception.

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PUBLIC BUILDINGS – A PROTOTYPE FOR VIRTUOUS RENOVATION ?

PUBLIC BUILDINGS – A PROTOTYPE FOR VIRTUOUS RENOVATION ?

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IS PREFAB THE REVIVAL OF CONSTRUCTION?

IS PREFAB THE REVIVAL OF CONSTRUCTION?

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the Universe of the magazine 

Stories

Stories

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Podcast

Podcast

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Long Reads

Long Reads

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Points of views

Points of views

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OUR LATEST CONTENT

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    Reconstructing Notre-Dame de Paris [Podcast]

    As you all know, in April 2019 a massive fire ravaged Paris’s cathedral commonly known as the “old lady”. But after grieving, comes the time to act and rebuild this monument, so fundamental to Paris’s cultural identity. To guide you through the different challenges raised by this reconstruction project, we will speak about Notre Dame’s reconstruction through the prism of materials.

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    Are sustainable buildings a solution for rich countries only? [Podcast]

    In this episode we will discuss about how politics, builders, and architects aim to face the accelerated trend of urbanization looking for solutions to provide sustainable housing and buildings at an affordable price. What are the current and future techniques and key materials to build an environment-friendly, comfortable and low energy building? Are these materials as relevant all over the world? or are these specific solutions for industrialized countries?