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Shanghai International Port Cruise Terminal

Shanghai

12 Buildings of Speculative Offices at Shanghai International Port Cruise Terminal

Total Area

Shanghai

System
Large AHU and Fantiles

2010 New Build

Completed in 2010, this colossal development totals 12 buildings with 8 storeys each and 46 AHU per floor. Conditioned air is supplied into the office space via 3450 Fantiles and fresh air is boosted using AET fresh air modules.

Developer – Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal Development Co. Ltd
Architect – Will Alsop
Engineering Consultant – ARUP


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