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Glass roofs with BIPV in central atrium of The Cloud office building

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Sustainability and innovation are central

The former back office of ING and Westland Utrecht Hypotheekbank at the Amstel train station in Amsterdam will undergo a large-scale renovation. The building will be transformed into a sustainable, innovative, modern and future-orientated office building with an impressive atrium. The building will meet very high sustainability the requirements, which will result in energy label A and Very Good BREEAM certification.

Atrium with glass roofs and BIPV

The central atrium will become the focal point of the building. It is planned as a covered square with lots of greenery that will serve as a meeting point. Brakel Atmos is contributing to the comfort of the building by using glass roofs in the form of shed roofs. Screened glazing has been used in the other glass roofs of the atrium canopy. In 2/3 of these glass roofs, solar cells are integrated, so-called BIPV (Building Integrated PhotoVoltaics). Screened glazing has been used in the other glass roofs of the atrium roof.

Indoor climate and ventilation

For a pleasant indoor climate in the atrium, Brakel Atmos is using natural ventilation in the form of Brakel® Ventria window ventilation in the roof, and aesthetic transparent glass louvres, Brakel® Estra Top, in the façade.

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