Electrochromic glass by SageGlass

See below how SageGlass by Saint-Gobain can contribute to HQE criterion: Optimizing natural lighting.

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Key contribution

Thanks to its dynamic properties, SageGlass has the power to control the daylight and glare in any space, thereby improving occupants’ well-being in buildings. 


To promote the optimization of the natural lighting, through the identification of focal points, the ratio of translucent and glare-sensitive areas.

Detailed requirement

Having access to daylight and outdoor views in sensitive spaces, to a minimum level of natural lighting, but also to a qualitative natural light treatment.

Our contribution

  • 10.1.1. Have access to daylight in sensitive spaces
  • 10.1.2. Have access to outdoor views in sensitive spaces
  • 10.1.3. Have a minimum level of natural lighting
  • 10.1.4. Quality of natural light treatment (glare) 

The positive impact of natural light and outdoor views on health and well-being have been demonstrated by numerous scientific studies. 
Access to daylight, outside views, optimal natural light illumination, management of direct or indirect glare, and control of your visual atmosphere are few of the advantages of SageGlass, which ensures occupant’s visual comfort.
Moreover, the variable tint of SageGlass makes it possible to maximize the supply of natural light in the building no matter what the weather conditions. Besides, it limits the risks of glare, guaranteeing continuous visual comfort without compromising on the energy balance. SageGlass also offers a permanent outside view as it remains transparent regardless of its tint. 


SageGlass dynamic glass