United World College’s new office to use new energy efficient concept [News]
By Paul Lim Bao Luo, TODAY, 20 Aug 2014
An office that saves both space and energy with the use of cutting-edge technology will be the first of its kind here in Singapore and a key feature of the United World College South East Asia’s (UWCSEA), once a new building is completed on its campus next year.
The new office will use a method to cool room temperatures that is more efficient, which could potentially reduce its energy consumption by nearly 40 per cent. A new construction technique will also allow developers to construct three floors of office space on just two.
Named 3for2, the project is a collaborative effort between UWCSEA and research centre Singapore-ETH Centre Future Cities Laboratory (SEC FCL), aimed at integrating sustainable living with modern technology in Singapore.
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