AREP Group began this development as part of the construction of the Monaco TGV station.
The challenge was to create a translucent Stone/Glass complex to create a Carrara marble shade screen. 
LUXINOV then developed a glue and a specific process to create this monolithic composite. With laminated glass serving as structural support and safety element, the stone, trimmed to 5mm and revealing the beauty of the Carrara marble while allowing light to pass through. Everything had to meet 10-year requirements for outdoor use. 
Manufacture of the Marble/Glass complex was done by La Générale de Granit (France 35) which subsequently created a similar complex for the construction of the Saint François Church in Paris.

This Stone/Glass complex is also operated by CRICURSA SA, which does many construction jobs around the world.

Developments in the construction field