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07/25/2018
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Innovation

The Group, through its Saint-Gobain Gyproc, Saint-Gobain Weber, Saint-Gobain ISOVER and Saint-Gobain PAM brands and its Saint-Gobain Glass business, took part in the Thai-French Smart City Forum in Bangkok (Thailand), organized by the French Embassy in Thailand and Business France, a French agency devoted to internationalizing the economy.

07/04/2018
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Innovation

In the Netherlands, Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix is involved in the world’s first housing project based on 3D-concrete printing. 

06/22/2018
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In Italy, Saint-Gobain has introduced XYLIVING, an innovative construction method. It basically involves installing timber modules lined with Saint-Gobain ISOVER glass wool and Saint-Gobain Gyproc plasterboard, avoiding the use of traditional materials such as brick and cement.

05/01/2018
Brand
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In India, the Flat Glass Activity recognized architecture and design students, winners of the Transparence 2018 competition.

04/12/2018
Communication
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In South Africa, the Group is sponsoring Reno Race, a renovation and decoration reality TV show. The participants have 48 hours to renovate their interior and create inspiring living spaces using Saint-Gobain materials. 

02/14/2018
Brand
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Building on the success of sgg MASTER-SOFT, the latest structured glass model with a quilted effect, Saint-Gobain enhances its portfolio by releasing a colored range: sgg MASTER-SOFT COLOR-IT.

02/02/2018
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Interested in walls that reflect your ideas over time? Saint-Gobain Adfors introduces its latest wallcovering creation: Novelio Magnet.

01/23/2018
Brand
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The atrium of Lambeth town hall, at the heart of London, is equipped with over 340m² of SageGlass.

10/04/2017
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The Delegation for Sub-Saharan African held a one-day workshop in Lagos, Nigeria, presenting innovative solutions to install and finish plasterboard partitions.

08/01/2017
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Sustainable

 Saint-Gobain has inaugurated in Stuttgart (Germany), the first positive-energy primary school.