SAINT-GOBAINLes Miroirs18, avenue d'Alsace92400 CourbevoieFRANCE
Artist’s impression of the project to build the future Saint-Gobain Tower in La Défense (France). Generali and Saint-Gobain have decided to proceed with design studies for these new headquarters.
©DR Valode & Pistre architectes
The Multi-Comfort House that was completed in 2013 in Finland uses products supplied by seven Group companies: Saint-Gobain ISOVER, Saint-Gobain Gyproc, Saint-Gobain Weber, Ecophon, Saint-Gobain PAM (Construction Products), Saint-Gobain Glass (Innovative Materials) and Dahl (Building Distribution).
© Ph.: Kari Palsila/CRAPS Oy/Arch.: Olli Metso/Tiina Antinoja
Built in 2011, France’s first Multi-Comfort House is both low-energy consuming and positive-energy. It produces more energy than it consumes through the use of high-performance materials from 15 Saint-Gobain brands.
© Saint-Gobain –Saint-Gobain Multi-Comfort House (2011, Beaucouzé, France) – Arch. ARCHIfact – Ph. Thierry Mercier
Saint-Gobain’s Multi-Comfort Concept combines all the company’s innovative solutions for a sustainable, healthy and attractive habitat, both single and multi-unit dwellings and tertiary sector buildings.
Saint-Gobain Building Distribution employee in Warsaw (Poland).
Comfort according to Saint-Gobain.
©Ph.: Josefine Unterhauser