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the central atrium extending over in winter there is ^'^vv-« mechanical air tuprt«/« inside closed in order to building with air cavity

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summer mid-season winter winter sun path (22 Dec) max. sun angle - 46'

energy saving strategies strong cold winter wind from the north-west

mid-season winter sky-courts (open)

atrium summer wind mainly from the south-east wind through-out year wind-break« t0 shield the wmin ^

skycourt open for natural

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mid-seasons natural ventilation to be enhanced & controlled by thermal stack effects by thermal flue (atrium) wind suction double-skin facade •in summer it allows for natural ventilation by openlne windows In the inner skin double-skin facade -In mid-seasons the natural ventilation Is controlled by adjustable louvres In between the skins double-skin facade • in winter the louvre shutters can be closed so that the cavity becomes an Insulating cushion of air wind-breaker open to allow cross ventilation

ventilation skycourt dosed max. sun shading (south west facade)

central sun shading

(low sun angte!

sun path (21 March/23 Sept) max. sun angle - 63"

summer mid-season winter the central atrium extending over

SSKSÄS

mid-seasons natural ventilation to be enhanced & controlled by thermal stack effects by thermal flue (atrium) wind suction winter sun path (22 Dec) max. sun angle - 46'

mid-season winter double-skin facade •in summer it allows for natural ventilation by openlne windows In the inner skin double-skin facade -In mid-seasons the natural ventilation Is controlled by adjustable louvres In between the skins in winter there is ^'^vv-« mechanical air tuprt«/« inside closed in order to building with air cavity energy saving strategies strategy of moderating the internal temperature by passive means and extending the mid-season' In latitude J1 14"N (Shanghai)

sky-courts (open)

double-skin facade • in winter the louvre shutters can be closed so that the cavity becomes an Insulating cushion of air summer sun path (22 June) max. sun angle ■ 80'

sun path (21 March/23 Sept) max. sun angle - 63"

max. sun shading (south west facade)

central atrium sun shading

(low sun angte!

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summer wind mainly from the south-east wind through-out year strong cold winter wind from the north-west wind-breaker open to allow cross ventilation wind-break« t0 shield the wmin ^

skycourt open for natural ventilation skycourt dosed

fficienl planning In terms ol 1 good onenlation and views 1 manageable security > ease of adaptability and flexibility ' efficient circulation systems

• simple and modular design to cope with future change

• ease of re-routing services to changing functions

• interchangeable modular design for partitions

8 Maximi'.e creative space by

• utilising the Interaction ol structure and materials, with the climate to provide a space conducive to working and increasing an awareness of occupants environment

• maximising the qualities inherent in construction materials

• demonstrating the skills of local workmanship

9 Protect and enhance ecological values by

• integrating local fauna and wildlife

• generating green and blue conditions

• scientific landscaping

• collection of rainwater and recycling

• effective waste management and recycling energy-saving strategies

Battle McCarthy (consulting engineers)

• Towers may be considered as vertical infrastructure (ram which humans may perform on plates in the sky

• Shanghai Armoury Tower was conceived as an armature of structural grid and power and communication wire ways which are enclosed by elemental building enclosures sliced by floor plat'-.

• For the majonty ol the year the offices arc naturally ventilated Natural ventilation is enhanced by the air being drawn from the building floor plates by wind and solar-induced effects

• During the winter and extreme summer periods the offices are mechanically ventilated with preheated or pre-cooled air respectively The energy demand Is supplemented by renewable energies such as sun, wind and ground water cooling

• The structure consists of a ngid space frame supporting floors and perimeter cladding The cladding consists of lightweight panels which moderate energy flow between outside and inside

• The lloors are serviced from a primary service core which runs for the full height of the building energy management global warming

• Increased CO- emissions into the atmosphere will result in further global warming At the Earth Summit in 1992 in Rio, and 1995 in Berlin world governments set out a directive to reduce CO' emissions

• Yet the world energy consumption is expected to nse by 40% over the next 15 years to satisfy the needs of growing population and increased housing standards

• 90% of the energy will be generated from housing fossil fuels (gas, oil and coal) This will result not in a reduction of CO' emissions but an increase of 30' , with possible catastrophic impact on our ecology as we know it

• 50% of the world energy is consumed by servicing buildings The Armoury Tower will demonstrate that high Internal comfort conditions may be achieved economically without huge dependence upon fossil fuel consumption running cost saving and reduced CO' emissions

• The tower is a low -tower which uses renewable energies to supplement the use of fossil fuel consumption

• Typical office blocks of this scale would consume at least 600 Kwhr/m per year prime energy which would contribute to at least 400kg/m of CO' emissions per year, equivalent to a total of 20.000 tons per year

• The proposed tower design will consume less than a third of the energy of a traditional air-conditioned building CO' emissions may be further reduced by the successful insulation ol wind generators and solar collectors. ie the resultant CO* emissions may be quarter of those from a conventional building

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