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La Scala Theater

- Paris (75) France
Scala Theater, Paris, France
Last September 2018, the iconic Parisian building re-opened its doors after a long renovation. The new theater is now meeting higher acoustics requirements for a better performance and for which...
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La Bérangerie

- Pantin
Two glass roofs (26 X 4 meters and 6 X 4 meters) equipped with electrochromic SageGlass glass have been installed on the 400 m² hall of this building in order to harvest the natural lighting....

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Buildings with very inventive shapes, high thermal or acoustic expectations like public buildings, cinemas, theatres or museums for example require sophisticated daily and smoke ventilators. Adexsi has units with acoustic reduction of up to 47db and which come in a whole array of shapes (square, rectangular, trapezoidal, triangular, parallelogram, etc.) for optimized, aesthetic integration.
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Ateliers Courrèges

This exceptional realization confirms the possibility to integrate polycarbonate roofing solutions to architectural projects. The 2 800 m² roof of...
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Zenith Europe

- Strasbourg
The Zénith Europe, located in Strasbourg-Eckbolsheim is the biggest auditorium/concert hall of the Alsace region. Built in 2008 in the shape of a 110 X 140 meters Chinese lantern can welcome more...
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Collège Anselme Mathieu

Around fifteen thermoformed and colored domes (Bluetek brand) have been installed on the top of the Anselme d’Avignon school’s covered playground....
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Hotel de Région, Lyon

For this public building, the challenge was to maintain a high thermal level for all of the façades and roofing as well as :...
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Guarulhos Airport

229 Certilight vents were installed on the glass roof of this international airport at Sao Paulo, which is also the number one airport in Latin...
Atocha station is the main train station in Madrid, and the largest in Spain. 246 parallelogram-shaped Certilight units, pneumatically actuated, were installed in the glass roof, just over the tracks, covering the whole station. These vents, which are operated horizontally, are painted in two colours : inside, white (frame and jacks) and outside RAL 9006 (white aluminium).

Atocha Train Station

- Madrid, Spain

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