The recently completed NATO Headquarters reflects the unity and adaptability of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
With state of the art facilities covering an area of some 250,000 m 2 , the building will meet the Alliance’s evolving needs long into the future, while its forward-looking design delivers a sustainable building that significantly reduces the organization’s environmental footprint
This commitment to energy efficiency is reinforced by the use of HDL KNX solutions, which are designed to reduce energy usage by activating lighting on an on-demand basis only.
Jo Palma, the project’s lead architect, stated that the environment and sustainability were among the most important considerations in the design of the building.
“Energy consumption will be reduced thanks to the use of geothermal heating in the winter and cooling in the summer, and the use of advanced lighting systems.”