The Fujian Provincial Electric Power Dispatching Center was designed by MulvannyG2 Architecture is located in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, in China. The memory was set to MulvannyG2 the design of their office was to improve the image of a company outdated bureaucratic utility for an energy-producing modern, innovative. Similarly, they wanted to express the commitment of the company to research alternative energy, and instill pride in local citizens. The answer to these questions took the form of a design 31-storey building that combines sustainable and aesthetic elements.
Completed in mid 2008, the design uses motifs such as diagonal lines, triangles, and natural and artificial light to refer to electricity and conduction of energy. Materials, design and low energy usage are characteristics that help to express the company’s commitment to conservation. East and west facades are treated by a process similar to the mass of glass which significantly reduces the shade while the additional thermal radiation is produced by metal strips arranged vertically to the south and north.
Two planes of double-glazed windows are used so that the air layer in the middle serves as insulation invisible. A fresh air inlet is arranged at the position of each horizontal panel aluminum alloy. Manually adjustable, the device provides natural ventilation without opening windows. This ensures safety and reduces noise and dust from outside. Using this device is estimated to provide energy savings of 25%.