İZMİR METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY
According to lighting and air conditioning systems regulated by building automation systems, it is built to get the most out of sunlight. In keeping with the natural rhythm of the environment, a design was created to enhance the mechanical effect on the facades and give them a sense of asymmetry and movement. The basic data include the facade’s composite panel and reflected glass ratio, the hot environment of İzmir climate, its external perceptibility, and its suitability to the urban texture. Furthermore, it is intended to conform to the spatial psychology of the environment during the transition from day to night, or from winter to summer, using lighting color and movement.
Sustainable and ecological cycle perception has been combined with energy efficiency concepts in the Izmir automatic car park project. The aim of combining mechanical and automation systems with the sustainable design is to create a smart building design that is also environmentally responsible. The building’s artificial ventilation and mechanical systems, as well as active automation and passive air conditioning systems, provide optimum performance and energy usage while reducing energy conservation and carbon emissions. By prioritizing low emission, local, environmentally sustainable, and transformation-ready requirements in the building’s material selection, it is intended to minimize resource energy consumption to a minimum and secondary energy consumption to a minimum.
Apart from a typical car park building, cars that enter all floors use an automatic lifting system to prevent exhaust gas from being emitted into the environment and to limit chemical and hazardous particle exposure to building users to a minimum. Besides that, it emits carbon and greenhouse gases by using the least amount of energy possible, with the additional benefit of being extra isolated from the front facade and not being polluted on the parking floors. The system is constructed of re-usable materials. And after their useful life, all products, including all constructions and front covers, will be recycled.