A Cool Resting Spot in Singapore

 

If you’re looking for a cooling reprieve while strolling along the promenade of Marina Bay.  This three pavilions, constructed from glass and stainless steel with large fans that provide a cool and breezy “pause point” for visitors. In order to conserve energy, the fans are activated by motion sensors and will stop moving when the sensor does not detect any movement under it.

The building integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) System uses the polycrystalline silicon cells technology. Each shelter’s BIPV system can generate 4KW of power under bright sunny day, enough to light up more than 250 table lamps of 15W each.

Features of the breeze shelter:

Interesting facts
Total: 3 nos.
Dimension (each) 5.3m (height) and 8.75m (diameter)
BIPV System: 4KW of power generated
Fan: 3.5m in diameter, consisting of 10 blades
Developer:  Urban Redevelopment Authority
Architects: The Cox Group/Architects 61
Engineer: ARUP Singapore Pte Ltd
Main Contractor: Expand Construction McConnell Dowell Joint Venture
Date Installed: 2010

 

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