6-8 HaMasger, Tel Aviv
The 8-floor building includes an entrance floor for commerce and 7 floors designated for office space. The office building includes 4 floors of underground parking and a bottom level with double car stackers. The Tel Aviv Law Enforcement and Collection System Authority’s offices will be housed in this building.
As a public housing building, it is required to conserve energy in accordance with public housing specifications.
The design of the building is projected to include screen walls and façades with stone surfaces.
the energy rating of the project’s air conditioning systems
Location: HaMasger st., Tel Aviv
Architect: Barak Gilboa Architects
Client: Public housing
WAWA operations: Green building
Construction category: Office space
As the building projected to house the Law Enforcement and Collection System Authority, the project has a limited budget, but is required to make great strides to achieve energy efficiency.
Advanced air-conditioning systems with an A energy rating are employed in this project.
Daylight and proximity sensors were placed in all the public and office spaces.
A BMS system was used to control all the energy consuming systems in the project, in order to control the times that the light circuits and air-conditioning systems are switched on and off.
The thermal insulation of the project is significant, and reduces energy consumption for heating and cooling.
Significantly energy-efficient light fixtures were selected.
The lighting is connected to separate circuits.