Saint Gobain: The emotion of glass tiles!

The new SGG FEELING glass tiles play with the transparent qualities of glass to create surfacesthat are alive and vibrant with light, very different from the traditional ceramic decor.

The result is a choice of materials with surprising subtlety of colour
and contrasting depths. Designed for internal wall cladding, SGG FEELING is just as easy to install as traditional tiling. SGG FEELING is made by SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS, the specialist in glass techniques.

SGG FEELING is a wall tiling which is suitable for all internal areas:
• in the home: bathrooms, kitchens, entrance halls, etc.
• in businesses : hotels (foyers, bathrooms, bedrooms), restaurants,
small shops, shopping malls, offices (meeting rooms, landings,
reception areas), museums, stations, airports, hospitals.

Formats and thicknesses

For optimum modularity and combination with traditional ceramic decors, SGG FEELING glass tiles are available in the following four formats:
15x15, 30x30, 15x45, 45x45 cm and also available in the following four borders formats:
5x15 and 5x30 (available as triple-borders), 5x45 and 15x15.

Thicknesses
Basics, Metallics, Engraved*: 6 mm (* Mesh in 10 mm).
Borders: 8 mm
Tolerance on sizes
Thickness: +/- 0.1mm - Width and length : +/-0.3mm

Range

Basics
Brilliance and depth of the material available in
eight colours.

Metallics
Two exclusive material effects:
• Metallic Mat (grey)
• Metallic Squares

Engraved
Elegance of engraved patterns showing the depth
of the material. Coloured or mirrored background.

Borders
The richness and volume of heat-formed glass in
six basic colours.

600450 Saint Gobain: The emotion of glass tiles! glassonweb.com
Date: 14 June 2004
Source: Saint Gobain

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