Bac Ninh Exhibition Center of Urban Development and Architecture
Developed by the Bac Ninh Urban Development Management Board, the Bac Ninh Exhibition Centre of Urban Development and Architecture promotes the architectural work of the Bac Ninh Province. The center provides offices for the Bac Ninh Department of Construction in addition to an exhibition area to promote the province’s current and future projects. The exhibition area is open to the public and includes maps, models and additional project information, providing an engaging space for visitors to come and learn about architectural work in the province. The center is also used for events and activities to attract investment and share information on the department’s planning and initiatives to develop the real estate market.
The center also has green features that conserve natural resources, highlighting the province’s commitment to the sustainable development of the real estate sector. The Bac Ninh Urban Development Management Board hopes that the center will provide a place to celebrate the region’s architecture and culture, while also providing a tourist destination for both local and international visitors. The Bac Ninh Exhibition Center of Urban Development and Architecture has received final EDGE certification from SGS Vietnam.
Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification
Less Embodied Energy in Materials
Reflective paint for external walls, external shading devices, variable refrigerant (VRV) cooling system and energy-saving lighting for internal spaces.
Low-flow faucets, dual flush water closets and water-efficient urinals in bathrooms, and low-flow faucets for kitchen sinks.
Controlled use of concrete for floor slabs and roof construction, medium weight hollow concrete blocks for external walls, cored (with holes) bricks with plaster on both sides for internal and external walls, solid dense concrete blocks for internal walls and stone tiles/slabs for flooring.
*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.