Glassolutions and the cathedrals

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Date: 7 January 2016

Strasbourg Minster (France) was fitted, on the occasion of its 1000th anniversary, with an imposing modern church glazing from Saint-Gobain.

The artwork consists of two large stained glass windows with some forty panes of glass.  The inauguration took place within the framework of the European Cultural Heritage Days, which was reported on by the ARTE TV channel.

The giant photomontage, designed by the artist Véronique Ellena in collaboration with the master glazier Pierre-Alain Parot, was printed by Glassolutions Deggendorf (Germany) using the digital PICTURE IT technology on a pane of glass. The blown glass comes was provided by the Verrerie de Saint-Just.

Saint-Gobain Deutsche Glas GmbH

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