Comfort from every angle

The Multi Comfort concept is designed to deliver every kind of comfort, in any kind of building, anywhere in the world. And always in a sustainable and economical way.

Thermal Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings keep themselves at an optimal temperature using very little energy. They’re neither too hot nor too cold – so we can function comfortably, whatever we’re doing.

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Visual Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings bring the outdoors in. They maximize daylight to create the right amount of light for specific tasks – whether it’s reading, performing surgery or working out at the gym.

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Acoustic Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings have well-balanced sound environments. They actively protect us from unwanted exterior noise, and enhance those sounds that we do want to hear.

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Indoor-Air Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings provide a constant supply of fresh, clean air. This creates an optimally healthy environment for us and reduces the impact of harmful pollutants.

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Comfort for every building & Climate

Multi-Comfort principles can be applied to any kind of building any kind of climate.

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Comfort for more economical living

Multi-Comfort buildings don’t cost much more to construct and the savings start straightaway.

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Comfort with built-in sustainability

Multi-Comfort buildings are designed to bring wellbeing to people today while preparing the future for all: they use less energy and resources, and generate less pollution and waste.

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21-11-2017 | 3 weeks ago

Passive House + and Multi Comfort projects

Nowadays, Multi Comfort has become a quite important topic for sustainability and the wellbeing of each of us, and that is why some specialized media have an interest in raising its awareness by demonstrating through real life projects what can be done around this subject.

 

This time, we are very proud about being published twice by the magazine “Passive House +”. This magazine communicates about sustainable construction worldwide and sensitizes about new ways of conceiving habitat.

 

The hall at King’s Hawford Primary School near Worcester, UK, which is an educational building, and the “ZEB  Multi Comfort House” in Larvik, Norway, a zero emission house that generates more energy than it uses, are very good examples on how Saint-Gobain is putting in practice its Multi Comfort strategy. We really encourage you to take a dive in both articles in order to know all about their development, the challenges for their construction and the benefits achieved in terms of comfort and sustainability using SG products.

If you want to have more information, don’t hesitate in reading Passive House + and visiting the Saint-Gobain Multi Comfort site.

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