Just behind the central station, the BOLD Overhoeks tower has taken place. Almost 80m high and 24 floors, this tower sets the tone for the future with the visual and aesthetic use of solar panels. BOLD has 143 luxury apartments, a fitness room with sauna, a cinema, guest rooms, wine cellars and charging stations for electric cars. In addition, residents can use the renewable energy that the building provides from solar panels and heat pumps.
Built in 2003 with the expertise of the architectural firm van Mourik, the Shell Technology Centre in Amsterdam has upgraded its building with 200m² of photovoltaic panels. This allows it to use solar energy to make its own energy supply more sustainable and to provide energy to homes and businesses.
The technical and hotel school of Monaco is located on former SNCF premises. The 24.000 m² building houses 71 classrooms and 4 industrial workshops, a training restaurant, a fitness center with a grandstand, a 300-seat auditorium, and 180 places of parking on 3 levels. On the roof canopy, 400m² of photovoltaic panels have been integrated.
The Hikari project (Light in Japanese) remains the first positive energy building (PBE) in France, combining offices, shops and housing. It is designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. 12.800m² building is made up of three buildings. By storing and pooling the energy produced, Hikari is able to provide its own energy for the 3 blocks. Photovoltaic panels are located on the south façade of the MINAMI building, to benefit from seasonal light energy.
The Technovation Centre is part of AGC’s worldwide R&D network and one of the main centers - with partner sites in America and Japan. Collaboration between regions is essential to AGC’s R&D efficiency and strength. Each of the regions is focusing on a specific expertise. Facing South, the cladding of this façade is made of white lacquered glass defining a large horizontal frame. Within the white frame a double layered open skin façade is developed. Sun shaded and protected by alternated photovoltaics glass panels, a thermal high performance glazed façade is developed in retreat. A gallery is created between those two layers adding sun shading benefits and easy walkable maintenance access.
Hines Spain has become one of the leading national players in the real estate sector, with significant assets in Madrid and Barcelona. Hines' strategy incorporates adherence to the highest standards of sustainability, innovation and ESG principles, while focusing on social impact and community engagement. Its current portfolio spans the entire property spectrum and includes offices, prime high street retail, logistics, rental housing, student accommodation, mixed-use properties and hotels.
ING Louvain-la-Neuve trusted us and placed 170m² of photovoltaic panels to make its building more energy neutral. To do this, the building was clothed with our product: the Vision Square. Vision Square glazing lets a comfortable level of light through the glass while also having a shielding effect due to the cells. This effectively reduces heat transmission as the solar cells block sunlight while harvesting solar energy.
LEGIAPARK aims to become a business park dedicated to the field of biotechnology and more broadly to the field of life sciences (medtech, biotech and pharma activities). This business park will host companies on a surface of nearly 30.000m². The site is located near the new 1000-bed hospital "Mont-Légia" along the E25 freeway (entrance to Liege). Building certified BREAAM "Excellent
Close to the metro and Gare du Nord station, the Quatuor building offers office and coworking space as well as services such as a fitness room, restaurants, an event space, an indoor garden, rooftop terraces, secure parking for cars and bicycles and much more. In addition, it meets the highest standards of quality, innovation and environmental performance. A BREEAM "Outstanding" certification has been obtained in the "Design" phase for the entire building (towers A, B, C and D).
The renewal of the Groues district, which includes the Archipel and the new Nanterre train station, is an illustration of the profound urban transformations underway to the west of the Grande Arche. The project was designed by VIGUIER, in association with Marc Mimram Architecture & Associés. A 75.500m² complex divided into five buildings of varying heights, including a 100m high "emergence", all forming a series of interconnected islands.
ZIN is a redevelopment project for Towers 1 & 2 of the WTC complex in the Northern Quarter of Brussels. After dismantling, the existing towers will be connected by a new 14-storey volume. The functions of living, working and living are combined in a single building. The project sets the bar very high, both in terms of architecture and environmentally friendly design, and in terms of circularity.
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