TREVISO, Italy, June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Perfect internal and acoustic comfort and a high energy efficiency performance in the newly refurbished La Serenissima building in Milan city centre.
La Serenissima is an integrated project that has radically transformed one of the most significant buildings from the famous post-war era in Milanese architecture, with reinvention starting from a strong characterization of the facades.
Earning third place at the 2013 Rebuild awards, a national competition for sustainable project refurbishment, La Serenissima is an interesting example of the latent potentialities hidden in the national endless and energy inefficient housing market.
Designed by the Ermenegildo brothers and Eugenio Soncini, La Serenissima started operating in 1968 as the administrative headquarters of the Campari company.
The radical renovation that extended to all technological systems and components was carried out in 18 months, returning a modern office building but also one that was consistent with the memory of places which allowed it to fit in with the slow but inexorable transformation of the city.
La Serenissima has been undergoing a certification process for environmental sustainability according to the LEED Italy protocol "New Buildings and Renovations", with the goal of achieving the Gold rating. The building's energy performance was evaluated through a dynamic analysis that underlined a 15% saving compared to the law reference case.
To maximize the building's energy efficiency and maintain a high level of indoor comfort throughout the year, two DeLclima units have been installed: one NECS-Q/SL 0512 reversible multi use outdoor unit for use in 4-pipe systems for the simultaneous production of chilled and hot water by means of two independent hydronic circuits, and one NECS-FC/NG/SL 0352, with Free-Cooling function, both of which are the Super Silent versions.
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SOURCE La Serenissima