Ronald Lu And Partners’ Competition Winning Design Re-imagines the Workplace

Ronald Lu &Partners has revealed their new workplace concept, Treehouse, an eco-conscious integrated system featuring biophilic components. This system capitalizes on wellness to reconnect users with the natural world. This project addresses current workplace challenges and promotes carbon-positivity. It also encourages net-zero operations and promotes smart management through design, technology, and smart management.

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The project incorporates green walls, roofing and facades, water features, natural light and ventilation, and takes care to consider natural light and ventilation. It aims to create a human-centric environment that is carbon-positive. The chimney effect, which reduces heat transfer to buildings, regulates the temperature within the building. This concept envisions a smart-active system for building that allows different tower areas to have their energy consumption optimized according to their usage patterns.

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Treehouse was honored to receive the ANZ Future Building Award. This award reinforces our commitment towards improving high-rise buildings in urban areas with high density and high-rises. We also prioritize human health and well-being throughout the design process. Treehouse is a catalyst for positive change. It’s a design that promotes a carbon-positive future, for us all and for the generations ahead. Treehouse is more than a workplace. It is a seed that will continue to grow as we work towards a more sustainable future. Bryant Lu, Ronald Lu & Partner Vice Chairman

The World Green Building Council’s Advancing net Zero Ideas Competition (ANZ) awarded the Future Building category to the winning concept. This competition calls on businesses, cities, states, and regions to achieve net-zero operational emissions by 2030, and all buildings by 2050.

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