Saint-Gobain is a French glass and crystal manufacturer that is located Chapelle St.-Mesmin. Saint-Gobain produced a basic glass design intended for picnics and sold throughout the world for general use. One of its more unique and widely published products was the 1937 illuminated glass radiator by Rene Coulon, who was instrumental in establishing the Institut de recherche de la siderurgie et le laboratoire de recherche de Saint-Gobain (Saint-Gobain Institute of Iron-Steel Research and its research laboratory).Read More →

Exposition des Arts Décoratifs

Paris Exposition des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes was a vital exhibition that gave its name to ‘Art Deco,’ a rich vein of design across a wide range of applications, from cinemas to ceramics, textiles and tableware, and graphics to graphs.Read More →

Panama–Pacific International Exposition- San Francisco 1915

The Panama–Pacific International Exposition was a World Fair held in San Francisco, California, USA, from February 20 to December 4, 1915. Its stated aim was to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, but the city was widely seen as an opportunity to demonstrate its recovery from the earthquake ofRead More →