Iconic Smart Buildings

05 March 2020

By Andy Fishburn

Iconic Smart Buildings

Smart Buildings are known for achieving cost-effectiveness, occupant satisfaction, and minimalizing environmental impact that most ordinary buildings and their functioning produces. 

The Smart Buildings Industry in London is a sprawling giant that uniquely aids modern building and architecture. Boring, bland and old designs are no more, the Smart Buildings Industry focuses on designs that are user-friendly too. 

The Crystal in London is the epitome of a Smart Building with state-of-the-art features. It is one of the worlds most sustainable buildings designed by award-winning architects Wilkinson Eyre. The Crystal is an all-electric building that uses solar power and a ground source heat pump to generate its energy. It's unique because it has 70% lower carbon emissions than other contrasting buildings in London. The building also incorporates rainwater harvesting, black water treatment, solar heating and automated building management systems.

Their smartness manifests in multiple ways that protect and sustain the world. Most smart buildings have smart meters and monitoring systems. Moreover, they have organized energy management mechanisms. UBM HQ is a smart one, quite literally. Made with attention to detail, intricacy and utmost care to provide energy efficiency, this is another impeccable example of modern-day smart buildings. 

The Smart Buildings industry is strengthening by the day and we look forward to seeing many more impressive examples. 

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