Case Study

Transforming Kigali Heights with Saint-Gobain Glass: A Sustainable Glazing Solution for Rwanda's Iconic Landmark

The façade of Kigali Heights is glazed with 7 600 square metres of Saint-Gobain glazing. The external envelope of a building not only fulfils the primary function of protecting the interior from the elements, it also projects an image to the outside world.

Discover how Saint-Gobain Glass played a pivotal role in the architectural transformation of Kigali Heights, elevating it to become Rwanda's most sought-after commercial complex. Through their sustainable glazing solutions, Saint-Gobain Glass contributed to the creation of a modern and eco-friendly building that reflects Rwanda's vision for a sustainable future.

Kigali Heights is a mixed usage development located in Kigali (Rwanda). It provides 12 500 square metres of high quality office space in a world-class building. It also offers about 5 500 square metres of flexible retail space on the lower two floors. 

The building fosters an energy efficient environment that maximises daylight harvesting.

The façade is glazed with 7 600 square metres of:

These materials have unique appearances and very specific optical qualities.