019 Beijing Pilot Free Trade Zone Innovation Service Center
Address of the project: South Central Axis Road, Daxing District, Beijing, China
Architect: Beijing Hangcheng Xingmao Real Estate Co., Ltd. – China IPPR International Engineering Co., Ltd. (Chen Ziming, Shang Wenhao, Zha Suyi, Xu Xinyue, Liu Yanchao, Bi Chao, Zhao Xinrong, Yao Jiaqing, Qin Yuqiang, Dong Xinpeng, Wang Feng, Wang Wan)
To create a comfortable building environment, the project is rationally optimized through the methods of sunlight, wind and acoustic simulation. In terms of interior design, natural lighting and natural ventilation are fully Utilized. According to the lighting comparison through model illumination analysis, the façade adopts sustainable building material- polycarbonate plates to improve the indoor lighting effect and uniformity. The indoor temperature and air environment are assisted by the fresh air system. Height-adjustable office furniture is also used in the main office area to meet the needs of ergonomics and occupational habits.
The project follows the principle of green energy-saving design and meets the calculation of building energy-saving design. It adopts a comprehensive energy solution, integrating ground source heat pumps, power distribution equipments, solar photovoltaic panels, Intelligent control systems and other facilities to establish a “multi-station in one” energy station to achieve intensive control and efficient integration of multiple energy sources such as electricity, cooling, heating and solar energy. Cold and heat source system: Since there is no gas-fired municipal pipeline around, only electricity can be used, the composite energy form of ground source heat pump + chiller is used to undertake all the cooling and heating needs. Photovoltaic system: The building roof is designed with a slope of 15° to the south, and the photovoltaic system is reasonably set up in combination with the building space to make full use of renewable energy. In addition, the park is equipped with V2G charging piles and smart street lamps and other facilities, which are uniformly deployed by the “multi-station in one” energy station.
The project uses BIM technology to optimize the design of the building to improve the overall comfort and environmental friendliness of the building. The above-ground buildings adopt prefabricated structural systems and prefabricated curtain wall systems to achieve efficient construction and material recycling. It makes full use of the site ground to set up green rainwater infrastructure, adopting measures such as permeable pavement, concave green space and sponge city, etc., to effectively recycle rainwater and save water.