Also reduces CO2 emissions
The facade not only binds nitrogen oxide, but also helps reduce CO2 emissions: studies have shown that the innovative building shell can reduce a building’s solar cooling load during the summer by up to 78 percent. How is this achieved? The first contact with energy-intensive solar radiation does not occur on the actual building wall as with conventional buildings, but in the space in front of the building. In addition, a passive cooling effect between the textile and the building shell results due to natural heat dissipation via convection.