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Parkview Green FangCao Di

Beijing, China

The design objective was to create a benchmark for a technologically advanced building that would provide energy efficient solutions for the developer, owner and occupiers

Total Area

82,000 sq m A-Grade Office Space and a Boutique Hotel

System
Hybrid system with Chilled Ceilings and Fantiles

2008 New Build

The prestigious complex located in Beijing’s Chaoyang District was completed in 2010. The building has unique architectural form with a pyramidal roof and comprises four buildings arranged in a cluster with atrium spaces set in between the buildings.

The buildings are enclosed by an external envelope which acts as a passive modulator for comfort environments with regards to interior air temperature and air quality. The design objective was to create a benchmark for a technologically advanced building that would provide energy efficient solutions for the developer, owner and occupiers. The highly insulated interior is achieved by the use of four layers of glass between the environmental skin and internal curtain walling. When combined with the use of the hybrid Chilled Ceiling / Underfloor Air Conditioning system in the office areas, a 60% energy saving can be achieved in Spring and Autumn, when compared with conventional designs and systems. This reduces to 20% in Summer and increases in Winter.

China’s first LEED Core & Shell (pre-qualified) Platinum Project
Winner of the MIPIM Asia 2010 Green Building Award

Developer – Beijing Chyau Fwu Properties Co.
Architect – Integrated Design Associates
Engineering Consultant – Arup & Partners Hong Kong


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