Famous on the outside – world-class on the inside
Extraordinary project – extraordinary requirements
The whole of the imposing structure was created to be energy-efficient and incorporates a range of solutions designed to reduce its energy consumption. For example, six glazed ventilation shafts lead warm air out of the building in the summer and heat the building in the winter. The shafts also make the rooms feel more comfortable and reduce the need for artificial lighting.
When only the best will do
Swegon recommended decentralised ventilation units instead of a large system to create the right indoor climate. This means reduced costs and greater efficiency. The smaller GOLD air handling units were chosen as they could be concealed in the ceilings, thereby saving on the cost of special fan rooms. Moreover, the units have an extremely low sound level, are more energy-efficient than other units and make it easier to set temperatures, air flows and operating times to adapt the system to the tenants.