In this 21st century, employers and employees look for more than just a place to work. They need an environment that provides an exciting workspace, yet at the same one that adds quality of life.
If you are looking for a location in the
heart of Brussels, Spectrum offers an excellent solution. It is located in the pentagon, at the junction of the centre and the European districts.
The European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive requires all new buildings to be nearly zero-energy by the end of 2020. spectrum is already ahead of its time!
EN15-251 is a European building directive that specifies indoor environment parameters for assessment of buildings addressing indoor air quality, thermal environment, lighting and acoustics. Spectrum conforms to the highest comfort conditions for addressing indoor air quality, thermal environment, lighting and acoustics.
A cross between natural and mechanical HVAC installations. Hybrid HVAC installations are a modern concept that uses the components and dimensioning of the passive installations coupled to non-permanent mechanical assistance. The mechanical assistance is used only when the natural sources are not sufficient to ensure the required conditions. It is started up automatically, and can be activated by a temperature sensor, a pressure controller or a temperature controller. Hybrid HVAC installations have the lowest primary energy consumption that exists on the market.
Spectrum combines two features between which most other buildings have to choose. It has a stunning design: with its largely glazed exterior – giving it a purposeful, almost arrogant yet light and airy aspect. At the same time, it has been designed to meet the latest passive norm (Passive Building).
Spectrum combines the best of two worlds: an energy efficient building with low operation costs and a work environment with a great deal of natural light, resulting in a positive mindset for the people who work there daily.
An elegant and refined glass structure, with contrasting natural stone, makes a welcome break from the brutalist concrete architecture of the past. The large glazed areas – a transparent curtain wall – create a two-wayopenness and give a clear view of the functionality of the building
is a leading European real estate investor and developer operating in the office, residential, retail and logistics markets. It maintains high-quality internal controls in relation to agreed milestones across all of its project development phases : land purchase, planning, coordinating the construction phase and sale or lease.
In Belgium, Ghelamco has gained a great deal of recognition with the development of the Ghelamco Arena Ghent, the adjacent Hotel, Blue Tower’s Offices and retail.