12A Nguyen DinhChieu Street PhanThiet City, BinhThuan Province
|Type of Building:||Others|
|New / Refurbished:||New|
|Year of construction:||2007|
|Gross Floor Area:||24535 sq.m|
Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa, a five-star resort, is located along the coast of Mui Ne. The resort is composed of 70 guest rooms and 20 villas. It was awarded the second prize in the ASEAN Energy Award 2012 and the first prize in the Energy efficient Architecture in 2013. It is designed toward eco-architecture with style resembling that of traditional village in Viet Nam. Many energy saving solutions have been applied such as energy efficient lamps and a solar water heating system, etc.
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062 3 741 888
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Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa (L’Anmien) is located at Binh Thuan Province with large open space overlooking the beach and a favorable geographical position.
The master plan of Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa
Windows on northwest facades are 10 mm thick glass coated with a reflective film on the outside.
White painted walls allow for a high solar reflection capacity. It helps to reduce the thermal inertia of the building.
The louver system is made from timber which is not only for decoration purposes but also helps to prevent from solar radiation directly into the building.
Many trees are also providing further shading for the buildings.
Aventage over Thermal Transfer Value (OTTV) of the walls is calculated at 40.85 W/m2, a reduction of 32% compared to the 2013 EEBC requirement (of 60W/m2).
The main building roof of has six layers made up of (from outside to inside):
+ Concrete slab (the first concrete slab layer)
+ A ventilated technical void with air venting louvers
+ Concrete slab (the second concrete slab layer)
+Ceiling void (50cm)
+ Gypsum Ceiling
Over Thermal Transfer Value (OTTV) of the roof is at 15.42 W/m2, a reduction of 38% compared to the EEBC requirement (of 25W/m2).
Usage of local materials such as stone, gravel, straw, bamboo, ceramics…etc
Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa was designed following tropical architecture principles, featuring many open spaces and large opening such as windows, doors,… The resort has a designed U-shape, facing the beach. Therefore, the wind can flow deep into the resort without any restriction, this allow an efficient natural ventilation. The building shape is also ensuring proper daylighting into villas, rooms, restaurants, …
Centralised air conditioning system
Installation of a Variable Refrigerant Volume system with a capacity of each outdoor unit of 16 kW and a COP of 3.88, a 32% improvement compared to the 2013 EEBC requirement (of 2.93).
1. Usage of energy efficient lamps
(5W) Compact fluorescent light lamps are installed in lobbies, corridor of restaurant area and toilet rooms.
(3W and 9W) LEDs are used in restaurant areas, public walkways (inside and outside the building)
Lighting Power Density (LPD) is 2 W/m2, a reduction of 81% compared to the 2013 EEBC requirement
2. Control of lighting
Occupation sensors are installed in toilets to avoid unnecessary energy consumption.
A total of 13 public lighting boards consisting of three timers each are to avoid unnecessary energy consumption in public areas.
1. Hot water system
Installation of a solar water heater system with a capacity of 1320 liters to provides the hot water for 70 guest rooms.
The solar water heating system is installed on roof of the building
There are 20 Qualified Technical Staff in several fields such as electricity, electronics and plumbing.
There are 52,560 hours / year for management and maintenance work of electrical systems.
Plan of maintenance for the equipment includes:
– Electrical system (the switchboard panel, the distribution panel…): maintenance and cleaning 1 time/ 1 year.
– Refrigeration systems: maintenance and cleaning 3 times/ 1 month.
– Lamp fixtures: maintenance and cleaning 1 time/ 3 months.
– Elevators are serviced by the Mellco-Mishubishi company in Vietnam
Organisation of training courses (60 hours/person/year) to improve skills and exchange knowledge on issues of maintenance, operation and repairing of equipment.