Green Architecture Symposium @ Aeumulus

Updated: Mar 29

Download our presentation on "Innovative Green Tropical Green Building Designs", presented at the Green Architecture Symposium organised by Aemulus. This short 15-minute presentation zooms into some of the projects where we successfully have collaborated with architects in incorporate free cooling systems into the buildings by drawing on natures free energy sources of sky cooling, solar energy and buoyancy, which has allowed us to develop a zero energy air-conditioning system that both cools, dehumidifies and drives the air through the building without the use of any electrical energy:


IEN Slides

Entire 5½ hour conference recording. IEN presentation starts at 1:40:00


Group photo with the speakers from the Green Architecture Symposium:

From left to right: Bruce Xia Sheng LEE (Taylor’s University), Gregers Reimann (IEN Consultants), Dr. Kody Kato (ODE), Dato Seri’ Lee Kah Choon (InvestPenang), Serina Hijjas (Malaysia Green Building Council), Sang Beng Ng (Aemulus), John Bulcock (Design Unit Architects), Kuen Cheng Chin (Design Unit Architects), SK Chong (Swift Bridge Technologies) and Dr Tan Loke Mun (Archicentre).


Some of the speakers
One of the panel sessions

Other speakers were: Jack Tan & Sabrina Lim (Solarvest), Zen Tan & Heidy Low (Seng Liy Engineering), Faizal Akmal (Rivil), Derrick Gan (CADFEM) and Jarrel kok (Eurodeck).


The FuturArc Magazine wrote a comprehensive summary of the key points made by the speakers, see link: https://www.futurarc.com/new/green-talks-green-actions-green-architecture-symposium-gas/


 

After the symposium, I took the following photographic images that show how the greenery around the Aemulus building helps to cool the environment:

Both photos were taken around 6 pm on a sunny evening, 17 March 2022. The benefit of greenery to cool the surroundings is evident. The surface temperature of the greenery is about 10 degrees Celsius lower than the hardscape surfaces like asphalt and concrete.