STH BNK by Beulah to provide the cleanest air in any Australian residential skyscraper

A new bespoke centralised ventilation system that places emphasis on health and wellbeing will feature in STH BNK by Beulah apartments, designed primarily to optimise sleep quality and productivity.

STH BNK by Beulah to provide the cleanest air in any Australian residential skyscraper
An internal render of STH BNK by Beulah. Image supplied

Residents within what will be Australia’s tallest skyscraper, STH BNK By Beulah, will breathe in some of the freshest, healthiest and cleanest air in any Australian residential skyscraper, thanks to a bespoke centralised ventilation system that places an emphasis on health and wellbeing.

Designed primarily to optimise sleep quality and productivity, the system developed together with world-leading engineers ARUP, will also protect against noxious fumes, bushfire smoke, disease transmission and moisture issues by removing contaminants from the outside air.

Fresh air is directly ducted to every STH BNK By Beulah apartment, while a full heat exchanger system recovers energy from the exhaust air stream to minimise energy consumption.

By constantly supplying fresh air and exhausting stale air, the oxygen content in each apartment is increased, resulting in up to 10 times less CO2 compared to apartments and houses where stale air is recirculated.

Beulah Managing Director Jiaheng Chen said with Beulah FreshAir™, residents will feel like they’re in the world’s cleanest destination, constantly breathing the freshest unpolluted air at the most comfortable temperature — regardless of the conditions outside.

“There’s been a massive shift towards improving the ventilation and quality of air in buildings, mostly off the back of air-borne diseases, but Australians have also had to deal with unsafe air quality during our recent bushfire seasons," Chen said.

STH BNK by Beulah to provide the cleanest air in any Australian residential skyscraper

“Although Australia ranks incredibly well on a global scale in terms of air pollution, the Beulah FreshAir™ ventilation system will play a pivotal role in improving the health of residents in terms of sleep, productivity and overall well-being. If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s that we are spending more time at home than ever before.”

One of the towers in STH BNK By Beulah will become Australia’s tallest building. There will be two towers at the City Road address, one rising 102 storeys, some 366 metres in to the sky. There will be around 449 apartments across the two towers, as well as a hotel, commercial, and retail space.

The $2.7 billion mixed-use development, will also have its own Private Auto Club, Australia’s first-of-its-kind Private Auto Club.

The STH BNK Auto Club will give residents the opportunity to use the fleet of luxury vehicles, from BMWs and Teslas to Porches and Range Rovers.

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Alison Warters

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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