Residencial LLum Batel
BrazilCompany Name : Brasgips
Residential Building Llum Batel is the first Brazilian building to win the project of the year LEED homes awards by U.S. Green Building Council, wich recognizes a LEED-certified project for outstanding performance in the LEED rating system and for particular innovation above and beyond the scope, requirements and prerequisites of LEED. The project was built by two standards: architecture and innovation, combining luxury and sustainability. It has 20 floors and houses 15 apartments with a glass skin façade and sculptural elements alluding to the cutting of a diamond. In this building the highest demands on comfortclass, sound insulation and impact resistance have been applied.
12 000 m²
Baggio Schiavon Arquitetura
Company name: Brasgips
Main Representative: Mr. Rafael Borges
Specialties: Dry construction, Thermo-acoustic insulation and Façade cladding
Founded in: 2001
Biography: Brasgips began its activities in 2001 to meet the growing demand for drywall in Brazil. With a broad portfolio covering different segments, such as hospitals, hotels, corporate, commercial and residential towers. With specialized workmanship and active supervision, it meets clients with a high degree of exigency in challenging projects. It always works with standardized materials, maintaining quality in all works, always seeking excellence in its activities.
Contractor: Mr. Rafael Borges
- Convince that Glasroc® X system is ideal for heated pool areas (indoor)
- The highest standards had to be applied for comfort class, acoustics and thermic.
- Change the specification of PET wool to Isover Wallfelt for acoustic insulation solutions.
- LEED Gold certification
- Winner of LEED Homes Awards 2021
- Reverse logistics
- Acoustic performance
- 15% lower energy consumption compared to the standard set by LEED certification
- Reduction of up to 30% in water consumption compared to other traditional developments
- The facade of Llum Batel is up to 9% more efficient than standard Leed facades, thanks to the use of high-performance glass (Cebrace Saint-Gobain).