Crisil House Mumbai Green Building Case Study
Apr 13, 2010Case Study | LBHS College, Mumbai | Green Building Architecture. April 13, 2010 by Designer. LBHS is an architecture college situated in the suburbs of Mumbai, in India. It is a prime example of Green Building Architecture. The city of Bombay is a bit crowded, and as such, land is at a premium. So, the location provides enough space for expansion and providing sufficient.
Jun 01, 2017CASE STUDY: GREEN BUILDINGS Presented by: Aaesha Qamar Afrin Fatima Ashutosh Singh Jalaluddin Naseem. 2. GREEN BUILDINGS Uses less energy, water, natural resources Generates less waste Healthier for people living in it Energy saved= 30-40% per day Enhanced indoor air quality, light and ventilation Potable water saving upto 20-30% High.
The tower employs 43 green and energy- saving technologies to reduce energy usage by 21% and water consumption by 40%. f The building will recycle 235,000m³ (62.1 million gal) of water per year, and deploy an additional 20,000m³ (5.28 million gal) of grey and storm water. The sustainable features of the tower will reduce the carbon footprint.
May 03, 2014In 2009, before the greening began, Bombay House was consuming 1.85 million units of electricity annually - by 2014, it is down to 1.25 million. At.