This energy-neutral construction increases the well-being of employees with improved indoor air quality as well as being eco-friendly.
The focal points of this building’s renovation are sustainability, energy-efficiency and usability.
Following the renovation, the office now contains 344 workplaces in a 3,600 m2 office space. A garden situated adjacent, supplies light and air to the building.
- Low-energy lighting is installed in combination with daylight control and presence detection.
- The shape and positioning of the windows limit direct sunlight around midday during the summer, while providing generous pleasant daylight for working.
- The sustainability level of this building has received the highest achievable BREEAM certificate standards scores, Outstanding and Excellent.
To reach a zero-energy performance coefficient, photovoltaic cells (PV) have been placed on the roof to fulfil the remaining energy demand.