M+N Architecture

M+N Architecture’s Provis and Khidmah project gets LEED Platinum Certification

We are very happy and proud with the final outcome of the project and to see that the end users are really enjoying the new working environment at Provis and Khidmah HQs. We have proved our capabilities in creating an outstanding sustainable corporate office within a tight timeframe and a pre-set budget. From a LEED perspective, the client’s initial target was to achieve Gold Certification. However, being located in an already existing sustainable venue made it easy as the infrastructure of a Green Building project already existed and with the support of our sustainability consultant (Milieu) and MEP consultants (Accolade), we are proud to have achieved LEED Platinum certification, one of the first projects to acquire the certification under ID+C V4.1 locally and regionally.

The design makes full use of the exceptional internal height of 5,35 m. and is centered around a series of open spaces which are interconnected by 3D and 2D faceted ceilings. The original, space which was completely windowless, has been radically transformed via a series of spot demolitions which created a new ample glazed facade on the north perimeter of the unit, as well as 7 skylights on the roof which diffuse natural light on the working space below.

For more info on the project click the links below

http://www.mn-architecture.com/portfolio/khidmah-new-hq/

on press

https://mailchi.mp/bncpublishing/oyv2psasw6-733873?e=81a5c1bcc4

https://www.commercialinteriordesign.com/insight/46489-worlds-4th-highest-platinum-leed-certification-awarded-to-provis-and-khidmah-head-office

https://www.mepmiddleeast.com/projects/74944-design-infinity-and-mn-architecture-celebrate-top-accolade

https://www.fm-middleeast.com/business/76271-design-infinity-and-mn-architectures-provis-and-khidmah-hq-fit-out-project-receives-platinum-leed-certification

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