Designed by PLP Architecture, this building was one of the early examples of a “Net positive” building, meaning it produces more energy than it consumes. It features 6,900 square meters of roof top solar, geothermal energy storage, and ethernet-powered LED Lighting.
In terms of water usage, it features a grey water system that collects rain water from the roof and balconies for use in water gardens and toilet water.
28,000 installed sensors detect motion and measure light, temperature, humidity, CO2 levels for real time monitoring and management of the building. Among other things, this allows for active management of light and air conditioning levels in unused portions of the building.
Building Users have an app, allowing them to find and claim available desks in a “hotdesk” system and can also control temperature and lighting in their areas.