Architect' 17 Booth E512

May 2-7, 2017

 

 
     

 

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Thailand

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Thailand

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Germany

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Designed by architects Coop Himmelb(l)au for BMW Group, BMW Welt (World) in Munich was constructed at a cost of US$200 million. It opened on October 17, 2007, and there were 2,200,000 visitors during the first 12 months of operation. The number of visitors increased to 2,930,000 in 2013. HDL Bus Pro lighting modules satisfied the high demands for world-class lighting control. “The building does not have the boredom of a hall, it is not only a temple, but also a market place and a communication center and meeting place for knowledge transfer”, said architect Prix at the opening ceremony.

 

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Belgium

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Situated in the midst of superbly landscaped park covering 60 green hectares and located in the rural heart of the Belgian Ardennes, Walexpo is an innovative new development which serves as both an exhibition complex and a business a centre, With 25,000m² of exhibition space, it is built according to environmentally-friendly criteria. Keeping up with the contemporary design, the lighting and various other environmental systems are controlled using HDL products, allowing for the smart-use of energy throughout the building. The result is a stunning sight, both from above and on the inside.

 
   
       
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Australia

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Seated on one of the world’s most beautiful harbours, Park Hyatt Sydney sits between Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. There are 155 spacious guest rooms and suites with contemporary interiors and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to private balconies, and a day spa with rooftop pool and sundeck. HDL Australia was commissioned to supply and integrate designer switches and room-control systems, to ensure the hotel would be able to use energy efficiently as well as provide a contemporary technology to their guests in the form of lighting control using elegant switches.

 

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New Zealand

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This office building in Wellington, New Zealand, comprises of four multi storey commercial buildings of five and six stories, variously detached and interconnected and arranged around a central concourse. Originally constructed in 1988, the building underwent a vast upgrade in 2012-2013 by The Wellington Company and was fitted with HDL Bus Pro control system. The list of equipment includes 5 separate HDL subnets – connected by Ethernet, several hundred switches, relay outputs, DALI controllers, ceiling sensors and also integration with building-control management software.

 
   

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Boryspil International Airports

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Airports require a flexible and adaptable automation solution due not only to their size, but to the complex systems which need to be controlled.

Our partner recently completed installing automation solutions for Terminal D in the Boryspil International Airport, the airport now has complete control over lighting, HVAC, and blinds
 

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Luxembourg

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Chateau Du Faing is a small castle located in a tiny village in Jamoigne, Luxembourg. The history of the castle goes back to the 12th century, with years of restoration and remodelling. Now a modern castle, retaining many original characteristics, this stunning building features HDL technology throughout. Due to the historic nature of the building, it was important that the technology was concealed so that the charm of the decor was not lost. This was achieved by hiding wires and controls, and only exposing necessary switches. With the ability to convert traditional switches, or provide switches in many finishes and colours, this is not a problem when using HDL technology.

 
   

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Thailand

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Samutsakhon, Thailand

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Cha-am, Thailand

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