Saint-Gobain educates on glass for interiors

  • 15 Aug 2017

The new ‘Glass for Interiors’ Royal Institute of British Architects accredited CPD is now available from Saint-Gobain Building Glass.

The CPD explains the complexities, range and versatility of glass used inside buildings and to celebrate the launch, Saint-Gobain is hosting a CPD breakfast seminar.

The seminar will cover the required topics under RIBA’s core curriculum, including material on; British Standards and Regulations, manifestation, design features possible with glass and glass performance including; safety, privacy and acoustic characteristics. 

The event is free to attend and will take place on Wednesday 6th September at the Saint-Gobian Innovation Centre, Great Portland Street, London. The doors will open at 8:30am for a 9am start and the seminar is expected to last approximately one hour.

Jenni Young, Market Manager at Saint-Gobain Building Glass, commented: “Saint-Gobain Building Glass has long been known for leading the way in the architecture and construction industry, and we hope all who attend come away feeling confident about the possibilities of glass for their future projects.”

You can book your place at the seminar here. 

Saint-Gobain Glass UK
Weeland Rd
Eggborough
North Humberside
DN14 0FD
United Kingdom

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