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Cambiaso, F. (2013) Architectural Integration of Dynamic and Innovative Technologies for Energy Saving. CISBAT 2013: Cleantech for Smart Cities and Buildings from Nano to Urban Scale. Lausanne, EPFL, Switzerland, 79-84.

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  • TITLE: Model of Green Building: The Malaysia Energy Commission Diamond Building

    AUTHORS: Qiwei Fan

    KEYWORDS: Green Building, Energy Conservation, Water Conservation, Indoor Environmental Quality, Outdoor Environmental Quality

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.7 No.11, November 30, 2020

    ABSTRACT: Green building is a very popular building type in the current building market. Green building is energy-saving, low-carbon, environmental-friendly builds. Most buildings in today’s society are influenced by green buildings. There are many ways to achieve green building. The Malaysia Energy Commission Diamond Building is a model of green building design. The purpose of this paper is to study architectural design of the building and learn how the designer skillfully combines green building with modern architecture. The study was carried out by visiting the building and collecting information about the building. Investigations revealed the building uses novel building structures and cooling systems. The architects used low-carbon materials to save a lot of energy for the building. The green landscape surrounding the building provides a cool and comfortable working environment for the staff. Finally, the Malaysia Energy Commission Diamond Building provides a useful reference for the sustainable design of modern buildings.