- LEED Platinum -
The colossal Lahkta Center of 87 floors is the 13th highest building in the world and the tallest one in Europe (located in Saint-Petersburg). Saint-gobain supplied 50,000 m2 of glass, the equivalent of 9 soccer pitches, the largest surface ever used for a high-rise building. The developer Gorpoekt with RMJM architects chose Saint-Gobain’s high-performance glazing to equip the building’s façades and ensure its occupants maximum comfort all year round. One distinctive feature of the project is the
complexity of its composition: the façade is formed with double glazing integrating three different glass components.
Saint-Gobain products featured
SGG COOL-LITE SKN 076
A solar control coating used on diamant glass to bring extra transparency and a more neutral look.
A triple-glazed unit with a low-emissivity coating allowing a good thermal insulation and high level of light transmission.