Aesthetical (smoke) ventilation windows for ventilation
A new complex arises at Changi Airport Singapore, called project Jewel. A key highlight of the construction works for Jewel is the distinctive dome-shaped facade made of glass and steel. For fire safety purposes Certified Partner iDAS Technology advised a SHEV system consisting of 105 aesthetical (smoke) ventilation windows.
Jewel is a new retail and lifestyle complex that will be the central hub connecting airport terminals 1,2 and 3. It has a gross floor area of about 134,000 m² that will be used for retail, airport operations, attractions and a hotel. It also features a waterfall as high as five storeys.
Eye-catcher: glass dome
It is a glass-and-steel complex designed by a consortium of consultants that consists of Safdie Architects, which designed the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort, Benoy, as well as local architect RSP.