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Sony City Osaki office building. This building is the first structure to use BIOSKIN a new exterior system based on the principles behind sudare, or traditional Japanese screens.
  
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Application: scSTREAM Used in Development of Innovative Architectural Technology
Posted Fri June 17, 2016 @09:22AM
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Application Japanese architectural firm, Nikken Sekkei Ltd. developed the award-winning BioSkin to meet the challenges of creating environmentally-friendly and energy-saving architectural technologies.

Crafted with the idea of "improving the environment with large-scale architecture," and inspired by traditional Japanese air-cooling techniques, Nikken Sekkei set out to build the world's first "blind-like" exterior system that reduces heat in the building's vicinity on the entire east wall of the 25-story Sony City Osaki office building.

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