Hotel Wagram

Paris, France

The Wagram Hotel façade is divided into three glass parts that differ in structure. These are the restaurant, the showcase and a main façade that hangs in the front of the hotel rooms.
The first two structures run in a straight line and are very transparent. This is achieved by using large glass panels of about 6.5 x 15 feet in the restaurant façade and Super Spacer® TriSeal™ with silicone sealant. The entire project uses about 5,380 square feet of glass.
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Technical Details:

Client Wagram Hotel
Project Paris hotel with bent glass wavy facade
Architect Christian de Portzamparc, Atelier Christian de Portzamparc
IG Spec Large bent glass, room height panes at 15 ft. and approximately 5,380 sq. ft. area