Belgium Gorgeous and Green Eco Office
Belgian operator Infrax utility built office space is as innovative as its façade of green and bright. Designed by Crepain-Binst Architecture, West Infrax aims to reduce energy consumption with a strong mix of technology and design. Located in Torhout, Belgium, this building has reduced energy costs by 40% substantial code and recently won a People’s Choice Award for Challenge in 2020, based on the Kyoto Protocol.
basic building façade and provide a double blow. Interesting building heat energy from the hole thermal energy storage (BTE) of the system – in fact many large hot water storage “battery” which is supported by the heat pump.
Concrete floor and then heated and cooled if the activation of the concrete core – rather than heating and cooling air, land and hat do most of the work by using ambient and radiant. Solar panels help power the building energy needs.
Green building skin consists of different panels transparent, creating an eclectic mix of natural lighting which is also open for fresh air.
The ground floor of this building a transparent, open and airy, while private offices are higher, but still full of light.
source : inhabitat