14,500 sq m
SystemCAM-C Underfloor supply air, underfloor return air
2001 New Build
The new build headquarters are situated in the Mokotow District of Warsaw and completed in 2001.
The total area is 37,000 sq m, with five floors comprising offices, a cafe and internal and external garden areas. The high specification development is modern, warm and friendly with extensive use of natural oak and cedar materials. The southern elevation is glazed and the cedar framed floor to ceiling windows ensure plenty of natural light. Underfloor air conditioning was specified for the project for its energy efficient operation and contribution towards the Green Building design and adopting an underfloor solution allowed the elimination of the ceiling void and the introduction of cotton sails to enhance the thermal mass from the concrete downstand beams.
Architect – JEMS
Client – Agora
Consultant – Arup/Polcon
QS – EC Harris
Completed in April 2022, this extensive refurbishment
of Grade II listed building Bridge House will create
light, and airy contemporary CAT-A office space which
will incorporate AET’s innovative and highly adaptive
underfloor air conditioning (UfAC) system across all five
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