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The expanded clay aggregate manufactured by the Danish brand are being used for the foundations of the future Karlatornet tower in Sweden, Scandinavia’s tallest building.
Destroyed in the 2016 earthquake, this school in Umbria, Italy, is finally opening its doors again. It provides its pupils with an optimum acoustic learning environment thanks to Saint-Gobain solutions.
SageGlass® was chosen by the restaurant of a 5-star luxury hotel in France for its brand new glass roof. It has been a long-standing wish of the guests: make the most of the breathtaking view of the city of Lyon offered by the establishment. Challenge taken up thanks to the smart glass SageGlass®!
For its new headquarters in Berlin (Germany), German press group Axel Springer decided to build a building renowned for its unique architecture and exemplary environmental properties. And it's partly down to ISOVER.
In Gabon, Glassolutions has contributed to a second project in Africa with COOL-LITE XTREME glazing and the first using the SWISSPACER solution.
Placo® and Saint-Gobain PAM Bâtiment have contributed their expertise and solutions for the project to transform and refurbish the former La Samaritaine department store in Paris (France).
This intriguing building in Manchester, built using Saint-Gobain glass, timber and cascading vegetation, illustrates how city and nature can coexist.
Makeover for Canada’s Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit. Saint-Gobain high-performance glass was chosen for this new building’s façade. Excitement guaranteed!
Looking like a child’s building block game, one of the largest hotels in Dubai, the Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences, involved numerous Saint-Gobain technical solutions.
Several of our materials are used in Nivy Tower. It is the tallest building in Bratislava and a symbol of the country’s transformation and rapid growth.