New Office Facilities for Zimplex Thailand using Breezway Louvres

New Office Facilities for Zimplex Thailand using Breezway Louvres

New Office Facilities for Zimplex Thailand using Breezway Louvres

PAKKRET, NONTHABURI, THAILAND

One of Breezway Malaysia’s Distributor in Thailand, Zimplex, recently moved to their new Sales Office located in Nonthaburi Bangkok.

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The entire building has been installed with Breezway Louvre Windows. By incorporating Breezway Altair Louvres with glass blades, the building optimises natural light and ventilation. This reduces the reliance on power-hungry air conditioning systems and allows individuals to connect with nature, maintaining a comfortable and healthy working environment throughout the day.

Architect: Please contact Breezway Malaysia for more information.

PAM Centre, Utilising Sustainable Features

PAM Centre, Utilising Sustainable Features

PAM Centre, Utilising Sustainable Features

Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The new Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) is located in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. The project has been designed to provide a bold statement of sustainability with its green building features and also contributes towards cutting edge technology in the building industry.

The new centre sports Breezway Louvre Window products including a mixture of powered and manual Breezway Window Systems all with clear tempered glass to optimise views and natural ventilation.

Architect:
Heikal Architect
No. 3-10, Perdana The Place,
5 Jalan PJU 8/51,
Damansara Perdana, Selangor
47820 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Phone: +60 37710 0215

Thai Aust Office, Naturally Light & Ventilated

Thai Aust Office, Naturally Light & Ventilated

Thai Aust Office, Naturally Light & Ventilated

Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Thai Aust has been a distributor of Breezway Louvre Windows for a number of years. The company knows the benefits Altair Louvre Windows can bring to any home or office environment.

When the opportunity arose for a new office in Kanchanaburi, they opted for Breezway Louvre Windows as their window of choice within the office block.

152mm Breezway Louvres were installed at their premises and have been strategically placed throughout the building to add to its stylish appearance while giving the building an edge where practicality was a concern.

Occupants within the premises now enjoy excellent ventilation and a steady flow of natural sunlight throughout the day.

Thai-Aust Aluminium Co.,Ltd.
88/11 Mu 8 Kanchanaburi-Saiyok Rd.
Kangsien, Muang, Kanchanaburi 71000 Thailand
Tel : +663 4625 239-41

Nova Pantai, Decorative Front Facade

Nova Pantai, Decorative Front Facade

Nova Pantai, Decorative Front Facade

Seputeh, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Breezway has added a splash of exciting hues at Nova Pantai’s Seputeh Sales Gallery. A project by the Malton Group, the upcoming Nova Pantai will sport the Breezway Altair Louvres in the Easyscreen Window System, giving the exterior façade a fascinating combination of colourful blades and glass panels.

The project is set to take a prominent seat near the popular “Bangsar South” enclave overlooking the city’s River of Life.

Architect: Please contact Breezway for more information.

Nambour Research Station, Subtropical Office Building

Nambour Research Station, Subtropical Office Building

Subtropical Office with Mixed Mode Ventilation System

Nambour, Queensland, Australia
A regional office in Nambour for the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Queensland designed by Chris Klar Architects has won a Regional Architecture Commendation due to its many sustainable features.

The project’s core idea was to provide a working environment which expands the horizons of what a sustainable sub-tropical workplace might be, yet provides the normal aspects of a modern office.

Green Star’s ‘Office’ rating tool was the methodology for the sustainable development of the project. This tool’s holistic nature enabled all relevant considerations to be balanced at any time.

Mechanical and electrical strategies were integrated to provide mixed-mode ventilation and daylighting systems that work together to achieve operational energy efficiency. Aluminium Altair Powerlouvre Windows by Breezway with high-efficiency glazing have been incorporated into the design to help achieve this. The Powerlouvre Windows are thermostatically-controlled and linked to the mixed-mode ventilation system to allow air conditioning to be turned off when not required and natural air to flow in through the louvre windows when open. This improves the indoor air quality and ensures a comfortable working environment for building occupants to enjoy throughout the day.

Further to this, hydraulic and environmental strategies have been put in place to minimise water usage and maximise water efficiency. As a result, the anticipated annual operational savings over a standard office building are expected to be between 15-20% for energy and 50% for water.

Project Date – August 2013

Architect – Chris Klar Architects
+61 7 5437 6643
chrisklar@yahoo.com.au

Photographer – Glenn Weiss