By the implementation of sound building physics engineering we can produce high performance buildings.
Building physics enables us to understand how buildings work. It is the study of all non-structural areas of the built environment and it particularly relates to energy performance of buildings and their indoor and outdoor environments. By using sound building engineering methodologies we help our clients delivering well performing buildings which provide comfort to occupants while consuming less energy.
By tuning several characteristics of buildings according to passive design principles at an early stage in the design process it is possible to foresee how the building will perform and so the savings.
Beginning from the assessment of the site and environmental conditions with the help of simulation tools we can provide
BDS contribute to design process so that buildings can take the advantage of natural energy opportunities before integrating active design strategies.
We use industry standard software (IES VE) along with other calculation tools and integrate BIM in design process to establish multiple performance indicators like energy and daylight use, solar gain etc.).
Mall of Istanbul is a mixed-use development built in Ikitelli district of Istanbul, within a short distance to Ataturk Airport. The development comprises four 27 storey residential buildings and an office tower which are set around the mall which is one of Istanbul's largest of its kind.
Torun Centre is a mixed-use development built on the plot of former Galatasaray Sports Club stadium. The development comprises an office tower and two residential towers along with “flat offices” at podium level.
Park Dedeman is a ten storey business hotel with 232 rooms at Istanbul's financial district Gayrettepe. The acoustic performance of the facade has paramount importance given that it faces to a heavily congested road.