SageGlass will equip the world’s first pre-certified LEED Platinum building

In partnership with 3.0 University Place, SageGlass® is supplying 4,600m² of the façade of a huge commercial office building that will be under construction in Philadelphia’s University district (USA) in 2016.

An energy class A building, it meets the prerequisites for obtaining the environmental certification LEED* v4 Platinum.Saint-Gobain’s electronically tintable glazing was chosen because it optimizes the building’s energy efficiency, the thermal and visual comfort of the building’s occupants and the attractive appearance of the façade.

This building designed by the real estate agent Binswanger is part of a bold vision to create a platinum corridor in West Philadelphia of platinum LEED-certified buildings meeting the highest standards of eco-efficiency.*LEED: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design© Hanson Design Group, LtdIn partnership with 3.0 University Place, SageGlass® is supplying 4,600m² of the façade of a huge commercial office building that will be under construction in Philadelphia’s University district (USA) in 2016.  

An energy class A building, it meets the prerequisites for obtaining the environmental certification LEED* v4 Platinum.

Saint-Gobain’s electronically tintable glazing was chosen because it optimizes the building’s energy efficiency, the thermal and visual comfort of the building’s occupants and the attractive appearance of the façade.

This building designed by the real estate agent Binswanger is part of a bold vision to create a platinum corridor in West Philadelphia of platinum LEED-certified buildings meeting the highest standards of eco-efficiency.
 

*LEED: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

© Hanson Design Group, Ltd

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Date: 4 February 2016
Source: www.saint-gobain.com

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