Gallery: UNStudio Completes EEA Office Clad in an Undulating Energy-Sav...

 
Touted as one of the most sustainable office buildings in Europe, the new EEA and Tax Offices in Groningen, The Netherlands, is clad in a series of organically-shaped white fins giving the building an accessible and friendlier facade. Recently completed, the governmental office complex was designed by UNStudio with consortium DUO² for future flexibility and energy efficiency in mind. Daylighting, a high performance facade, natural ventilation, material conservation, flexibility and a healthy interior all add up to a fully integrated, intelligent design approach towards sustainability.

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  1. JulianaArantes October 24, 2013 at 8:26 am

    Amazing!
    The only questin: How to clean the breezes?

  2. Ronald Tilleman April 29, 2011 at 11:17 am

    @Umar the round shapes on the ceiling are ecophon panels by Saint Gobain. They improve the acoustics in an amazing way.

  3. umar butt April 26, 2011 at 3:11 am

    Amazing! I wish all building were like this and eco friendly. what round shapes on ceiling are for?

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