Contemporary elevator takes pride of place on new EMA building

An energy-efficient glass and stainless steel elevator provides a high profile external circulation element on the new EMA building in Auckland
The glass back on the new high profile architecture, building, daylighting, gray
The glass back on the new high profile lift on the outer corner of the EMA building allows passengers to take in the street views as they rise or descend.

When an external lift becomes a prominent, even leading, part of a building's architectural look, it has to be a pretty good one in terms of both stand-out aesthetics and efficient operation.

For the new EMA building, Avery Team Architects specified Schindler's Lifts' 3300AP model for its striking visual presence and energy-saving plusses. Having the stairs and elevator outside the main body of the building already saves around 15% on services like air conditioning and even lighting.


An external elevator with a stainless steel and architecture, door, facade, glass, window, red, gray
An external elevator with a stainless steel and glass cab takes prominent position on the new EMA building in Auckland.

The 3300AP's clean-drive technology saves about 30% of standard energy use. Plus, the lift also has an energy-saving stand-by mode and LED lighting.

In terms of looks the lift is in a class of its own. The elevator's glass back keeps everything light and open to the views, while the stainless steel cab and entry complement the EMA building's semi-industrial touches of mesh, concrete and glass.

The glass back on the new high profile architecture, building, daylighting, gray
The glass back on the new high profile lift on the outer corner of the EMA building allows passengers to take in the street views as they rise or descend.

For further details, contact Schindler Lifts, phone: (09) 353 7500. Email: NZ.Sales@nz.schindler.com, or alternatively head online: www.schindler.com

Oct 04, 2017

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