Prize(s) Winners in Low Carbon Lighting
Company Brandston Partnership Inc.,
Lead Designers Thomas.Lee
Other Designer's names Liu Chang ,Wu Shuai ,Wang Yukun
Client China Resources Land Limited
Photo Credits Zhou Li
Completion Date 2023/8/1
Project Location Xiong'an New Area, China
Entry DescriptionThis project is located in Xiongan New Area of China, and will become the primary green building display function after the opening of the project. Therefore, the purpose of energy conservation is mainly considered in the design. Through the analysis of the architectural form, the best expression method suitable for each building is found to achieve the combination of functional and atmospheric lights, so that the key points in lighting and continue the continuity of the building.the overall performance of the building and the brightness coordination between the adjacent buildings, consider the urban display surface, reflect the urban night scene image of the building, according to different functional zones, the use of different lighting techniques and strength to create a corresponding spatial light environment.
The highlight of this project is to express the characteristics of the building through the lighting method that meets the use of functions. There are no redundant lighting fixtures in the overall lighting scheme, and attention is paid to the hiding of lamps.
In conclusion,all lamps are LED lamps and the overall LPD is 0.8W/? in this project.It is the use of low-carbon lighting and energy-saving lighting system. It is called a veritable green energy-saving lighting practice project.
Company Descriptionbrandston partnership inc., an award winning architectural lighting design firm, has completed over 5,000 projects in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
bpi was founded in 1966 by Howard Brandston, who went on to receive many lighting awards, including Lifetime Achievement awards and “Fellow” status with both the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES) and the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD).
Our professional staff of one hundred eighty in New York, China, Singapore and Korea are trained in architecture, interior design, engine