- Regionens Hus winner of Stora… 27/08/2020
- Mirastar glass contribute to … 27/08/2020
- A guide for improved cullet r… 02/03/2020
- Handbook for glazing of villas 05/03/2020
- SG List of references 05/03/2020
- About Oskar Storm 05/03/2020
- BROCHURE: COOL-LITE SKN 183 &… 05/03/2020
- The Essential - Glass For Fac… 09/04/2020
Oskar Storm, our Technical Specification Manager, has a unique width in his glass experience and has developed a passion for the visual aspects of glass. In his years of specification, he has also developed a network among consultants and suppliers of complementary products for facades making him adapt a system view of the façade. Today a façade must be dynamic to meet demands of legislation and specification, and Oskar has a firm grip on shaders and automation options.
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Tomorrow flat glass must be recycled in a circular way and this is a special area of interest to Oskar. We stand before peak sand and flat glass must be produced more and more from end of life flat glass.
Technical Specification Manager Scandinavia
Ripvägen 3 • 382 34 Nybro • Sweden
Mobile: +46 702 558844
List of references
- Villa Ola, Askersund (middle pane Vision Lite)
- Foajen, Malmö, North side to Carlsgatan (ground floor middle pane Vision Lite)
- Kv Hästskon, Stockholm (DGU shopfronts, on Diamant substrate)
- Liljewachs Art museum extension, Stockholm
- Sergelgatan Stockholm, shopfronts (on Diamant)
COOL-LITE® SKN 176 (II)
- Kv Priorn, Malmö (inner pane ECLAZ)
- C4 Shopping, Kristianstad
- Vattnets Hus, Ängelholm
- Fort Knox, Växjö
- Ramböll Nyhavna, Trondheim
- Arlanda Forest Hotel, (single glass coating towards PVB)
COOL-LITE® XTREME 70/33 (II)
- Foajen Malmö S/W side. TGU with inner pane ECLAZ. On ground floor Vision Lite middle pane.
- Priorn Malmö Ground floor shopfronts: TGU with middle pane Vision Lite and inner pane ECLAZ.
- Axis head Office, Lund
- ICON entrance, Växjö (oversize 7 meters)
- Regionens Hus, Gothenburg
- Nordstan south entrance, Gothenburg
- KKV, Örebro
- Ikea Kungens Kurva, Stockholm (from April 2020)
- M-Bilar, Borlänge (DGU with ECLAZ)
- Munch Brygge, Oslo
- Merkurhuset, Gothenburg
- SAS-Huset, Frösundavik
- Magasin X, Uppsala
- Aqua, Malmö
COOL-LITE® XTREME 50/22 (II)
- Tullhuset, Gävle
- Kv Härden (Siemenshuset) Stockholm
- Färgskrapan, Sollentuna
BIPV made from VISIOSUN and SATINOVO
- Nationalarenan 3 Solna is the first zero-energy hotel in Scandinavia, with geothermic heating and 2500 m2 of BIPV and solar panels. Architect: White Arkitekter
Recycling project - Sas Headquater
Partnership with Ragn-Sells
Office renovation, replaced existing glazing for solar controlhigh selective COOL-LITE XTREME 70/33. The old glass was transported to the one of SAINT-GOBAIN plant as a cullet.
The first low carbon glass
Launched in September 2022, thanks to a verified EPD is now confirmed as the glass with the world’s lowest carbon footprint. New standard setting by ORAÉ®is 6.64kg CO2 eq./m² (from “cradle-to-grave” for a 4mm substrate). This is a reduction of 42% compared to Saint-Gobain Glass European baseline for clear glass thanks to a remarkably high amount of recycled content and with no compromise on the technical, quality or aesthetic performances.
Offer you new functionalities through more comprehensive interface. This program helps you to calculate or determine the light, energy, thermal or acoustic performances of your glazing; or to find a suitable glazing for your project based on reverse feature.
Glass For Facades
We play our part in designing some of the world’s most iconic architectural projects, offering a wide range of innovative glazing solutions for façades. Partners such as visionary architects or contractors striving to deliver the ultimate building envelope have helped establish Saint-Gobain as a key glazing supplier to the global construction industry.
COOL-LITE® SKN 183 & SKN 183 II
COOL-LITE® SKN 183 (II) is Saint-Gobain’s latest innovative coated glass, with the highest light transmission in the COOL-LITE® range (TL=75% in DGU) combined with a low solar factor (40%), high selectivity (S = 1.88) and neutral aesthetics. It is an ideal product for facades (curtain walls, window band facades, punctuated facades…), in commercial and residential buildings where high daylight income is desired, with no compromise on performance.
Oskar Storm articles
6/2023 Oskar Storm about glass 1/2022 On renovation of SAS-Huset Frösundavik 2/2021 We live in the glass age 4/2020 Article about Axis HQ building 4/2019 On dynamic facades Tempered vs laminated outer pane 3/2019 Thoughts on GPD Tampere On hosting a GPD workshop 2/2019 Troubles with triangular TGU 3/2018 Patterened Glass in facades 1/2018 Full spectral façade calculation 1/2018 Sageglass – pros and cons 3/2017 Low Iron Glass 3/2016 On reflection of facades 1/2016 Glass+Inside Shader=True 4/2015 Value shifts with TGU