The Scandinavian Golf Club is located nearby the old barracks in Farum, Denmark. It has two golf courses; Old Course and New Course. The club opened in 2010 and the club house with the restaurant The Waters is designed by Henning Larsen Architects.
Several areas of the club house are ventilated with natural ventilation through automatically controlled windows placed in the façade and roof. The areas, which have been divided into 11 ventilation zones, count the restaurant, bar, lounge, pro shop, office and meeting rooms.
In each ventilation zone a combined temperature and CO2 measuring instrument and based on data input from these, the windows are controlled by the system so that the indoor climate is kept comfortable and healthy.
The control of the windows in the 11 zones are further depending on the wind pressure on the building. This is based on CFD calculation, which forms the basis of the ventilation control strategy.
Via control panels placed in logical areas of the building, it is possible for the users to change the windows’ position, if more or less fresh air is needed. After 30 minutes, the system changes back to automatic control.
In case of fire, signals are sent directly to the natural smoke system.
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