Cathedral Art Repaired with Printed Glass

Saint-Gobain Glassolutions fills centuries-old gap.

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The Strasbourg Cathedral had been missing a portion of its stained glass artwork since 1683; to celebrate European Heritage Days, artist Véronique Ellena and glassmaker Pierre-Alain Parot collaborated with Saint-Gobain Glassolutions to create a 40-panel, 26-foot-high window. The artwork was imaged using a Dip-Tech glass printer.

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