LEED Gold certification
recognized by the United States Green Building Council
Libeskind Tower, also known as Il Curvo, the new PwC Italy office building in Milan, is a skyscraper in the new CityLife district of Milan with a height of 175 meters and 28 floors. The project was carried out with parametric software and in compliance with the highest international standards in terms of energy efficiency, with a strict control of the environmental parameters and of the solar radiation for each floor.
The air conditioning system
The project foresees a maximum crowding of 2,716 people.
Comfort and air quality of this prestigious installation are ensured by 3 Clivet centrifugal chillers controlled by inverter to modulate their capacity according to the water temperature in order to guarantee maximum comfort with the lowest energy consumption and by 8 air handling units in two sections with double enthalpy rotary recuperator AQX by Clivet.
The system is completed with an evaporative tower serving the chillers, while the transfer of heat and cold is entrusted to chilled beams and fan coils.
The main technical rooms for the thermo-mechanical systems are located at:
- Second basement floor: refrigeration unit, room for input of remote heating, pump rooms, water station, room for input of ground water
- First basement floor: UTA lobby and conference room, fire service head quarter
The building has obtained LEED Gold certification, recognized by the United States Green Building Council.
The occupants of the building will enjoy excellent quality and healthiness of indoor air as far as wide views of the surrounding park.
These and other elements combine to create a healthier work environment and improve the internal environment for all employees.
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
Engineer: Mauro Eugenio Giuliani