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The balcony of the spectacular Messner Mountain museum in Corones, sitting atop one of the Dolomites’ peaks at an altitude of 2,275 meters in the North of Italy, offers visitors a breathtaking view of the Tyrol mountains, thanks to its Saint-Gobain glass balustrade.
Devialet, France’s high-end sound specialist, has opened a store in the main hall of the Palais Garnier. Equipped with Saint-Gobain glass, this transparent space benefits from a 41dB sound attenuation, to enable an optimal listening experience and ensure the tranquility of performances.
Saint-Gobain is taking part in “Co-Lab,” a temporary exhibition that recently opened at the Louvre Abu Dhabi. The exhibition displays works by four artists living in the United Arab Emirates, produced in collaboration with four renowned French manufacturers, including Saint-Gobain’s Verrerie de Saint-Just glassworks.
Saint-Gobain is supplying the glazing for the new tramway that links Strasbourg (France) and Kehl (Germany), on the other side of the Rhine. Designed by Alstom, the first France-Germany cross-border tramway brings the two cities closer and makes residents’ travel easier by crossing the Rhine Bridge.
CertainTeed’s Apollo® II solution was selected for the Solar Energy International training facility, specializing in solar energy located in Colorado (United States).
Indian Railways chose Saint-Gobain’s multi-comfort glazing to equip the roofs of its new Vistadome coaches.
In Canada, CertainTeed Ceilings Decoustics and CertainTeed Sand Micro solutions were chosen to supply materials for the new Calgary International Airport.
Construction of the new Şenol Güneş Stadium (Turkey) is complete.
POINT.P Travaux Publics, a Saint-Gobain Distribution Bâtiment France brand, has set up a unit specifically for the “Grand Paris” to help its professional in public works customers meet the challenges thrown up by this major project.
The Liliane Bettencourt award for the intelligence of the hand recognized on October 13 in Paris Véronique Ellena and Pierre-Alain Parot for their Millennium stained glass in Strasbourg Cathedral (France) created by digital printing on Saint-Gobain glass.