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BMW China Services, Shanghai

Shanghai, China

Fantile units were supplied for the BMW office areas to enhance air conditioning performance.

Total Area

2,800 sq m

System
Central AHU and Fantiles

2018 New Build

Leading car manufacturer BMW have recently moved into new offices in one of the mixed-use buildings at the White Magnolia Plaza, Shanghai.  The mixed use development consists of a 320m office high rise, a hotel tower as well as a series of smaller scale buildings.  The complex is part of a neighbourhood redevelopment plan along the Huangpu River.

123 TU4 Fantile units were supplied for the BMW office areas to enhance air conditioning performance.  The Fantile system was chosen due its’ flexibility, ease of installation and efficient air distribution, as well as the ability to maximise headroom in the workspace. The Fantile system is connected to the BMS using an AET Flexgateway module.

Architect – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Developer – Sinar Mas Group – APP China

End User – BMW China Services Ltd


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