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AstraZeneca, Waltham (Massachusetts)

A PARASOL case study where the many advantages of four-way air distribution convinced AstraZeneca to go for our ground-breaking comfort modules instead of the conventional two-way air distribution of chilled beams.

 

Turning Torso, Sweden

Turning Torso is a Deconstructivist skyscraper in Malmö, Sweden, located on the Swedish side of the Öresund strait. Swegon delivered a flexible indoor climate system for comfort in residential and office spaces.

 

Copenhagen Opera House, Denmark

The impressive Opera House in Copenhagen has been equipped with our modular air handling units to create an indoor climate quality of highest standards.

 

Public library in Halmstad, Sweden

A tailor-made library with tailor-made ventilation stands in Halmstad, Sweden: Swegon supplied 70 low velocity air terminals with the city’s emblem as pattern to and unique public building.

 

State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Swegon supplied 15 air handling units to the State Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia and created a perfectly balanced indoor climate for the enormous art collection in the Russian winter palace.

 

Zénith, France

The multipurpose event arena in Limoges, France, is equipped with Swegon’s displacement air terminals for fresh air without draft or noise.

 

Opera House, Norway

Swegon delivered the supply and extract air diffusers to the Opera House in Oslo, Norway – a prestigious project which opened its gates in April 2008.

 

Ciner Plaza, Turkey

A huge decentralised OFFICE™ Solution Project for a big investor in media and energy in Istanbul, Turkey.

 

AXA headquarters, France

Swegon AB has won the contract to supply the indoor climate system at AXA’s new headquarters in France. AXA, the global leader in financial protection, is constructing a new head office at La Défense in Paris.

 

30 ST. MARY AXE, UK

The Wall Street Journal describes it as, “the most ingenious and elegant new skyscraper built anywhere in the world for at least 30 years”. St Mary Axe is the first environmentally sustainable skyscraper in London – Swegon contributed to this extraordinary project with more than 180 GOLD air handling units.

 

Volkswagen, Germany

Volkswagen’s glass factory in Dresden has gotten a lot of attention because of it’s architecture. It’s about 70 000 sqm and has 27 500 sqm of glass walls. A water based system and Swegon’s chilled beam KGD were chosen.

MEDTRONIC, ITALY

Medtronic is a company specialised in medical technology for chronic diseases. The company’s Italian subsidiary, Medtronic Italia SpA, moved to new premises outside Milan in May 2003. The building is equipped with Swegon’s BSA chilled beams, and a Seralwall active facade.

 

Oberoi Wildflower Hotel – Shimla, India

Located 25 kilometres outside Shimla near a village called Mashobra, the Wildflower Hall Hotel is situated on a ridge enjoying spectacular views of the surroundings snow capped peaks of the Himalayas. In total 96 terminals of the type DIR, DRI and DCP was supplied.