Thursday, June 23, 2016

Saint-Gobain introduces habitable logo


The French corporation Saint-Gobain has diversified manufacturing activities, but is probably best known as a maker of specialised building materials. At the beginning of this month, they launched a new corporate identity, developed by Paris-based Terre de Sienne.

The new logo is slightly reminiscent of the bridge motif it replaces, but has been updated, modernised and transformed into the outline of a city. According to the company, the new symbol shows how "skyline unfolds in an explosion of color, reflecting a Saint-Gobain that, after more than three centuries of existence, is more dynamic than ever". Crucially, it humanises the company, shifting focus from durable construction to pleasant habitation.


Previous logo.



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Saint-Gobain
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