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WAN AWARDS Colour in Architecture 2011 
Monday 19 Sep 2011
New sponsor for Colour in Architecture 
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XXLGLASS on board for Colour in Architecture Awards sponsorship 

We are delighted to announce XXLGLASS as sponsors of our newly launched Colour in Architecture award. Set to become one of the most exciting and inspirational of all the award sectors, we passionately believe that the use of colour in the built environment will be increasingly important and integral to the way our cities evolve in the next few decades, especially with the benefit of new technology.

We aim to collate the best selection of contemporary projects from around the world to highlight what can be achieved with both discrete and bold use of colour as an alternative.

As a Saint-Gobain business providing glass solutions for architectural projects worldwide, XXLGLASS is a real network for innovative architectural solutions; a broad platform where processing and design expertise is combined to provide an exciting exchange of ideas, techniques and solutions.

By creating a single contact point for architectural, construction and design professionals, XXLGLASS will meet the needs of an Industry where traditional limits are fading and new challenges unfold with every project.

Building on Saint-Gobain’s long tradition as a world leading architectural glass processor, XXLGLASS is the partner of choice for every company which aims to realise technically challenging, aesthetically demanding and economically feasible architectural projects.

The international team of XXLGLASS is dedicated to Project specification and design consultation for architects in Europe, Middle East, Americas and Asia.

For each area, XXL Glass’ experts are supporting architects by bringing new technologies and ideas in order to expand their design possibilities while offering a high performance response to contemporary needs and environmental challenges.


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