BUILDING FOR BOUWKUNDE
The building delivers a surplus of energy through its flatness and its six climate control systems: 1. a transparent roof surface of PhotoVol glass that generates electricity
and blocks the incoming heat, 2. a steel column-beam structure transporting warm and cool air, 3. a concrete ground floor slab, climatised through warm and cool water,
4. a climate facade, capturing heated air and the option to enhance oxygen levels through plant life in the facade zone, 5. a heat exchange unit with heat pump (parking level),
6. a deep underground energy storage system for warm water in winter and cool water in summer.