Electrochromic glass by SageGlass

See below how SageGlass by Saint-Gobain can contribute to HQE criterion: Impact of the building on the local residents

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To optimize rights to daylight and views while minimizing indoor and outdoor noises from equipment, and risks of air quality pollution due to the plot’s layout.

Detailed requirement

Ensuring the local residents' right to sun and natural light, to calm, views, ensuring the right to sanitary quality of the spaces for users on the plot, limiting visual nuisances at night, choosing a site that causes no nuisance to local residents.

Our contribution

1.3.5. Limit Visual Nuisances at Night 

The tinted state of SageGlass (≤ 6% light transmission), significantly reduces light transmission to the outside. Thus, limiting diffuse illumination to the sky and nocturnal visual nuisances for the residents.

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