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WPP Campus in Shanghai by PDM design is awarded a LEED Certificate

by Leona Liu on May 4, 2016 in Interiors
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With most interiors designed by PDM, the newly opened WPP Campus in Shanghai is LEED Certified with its green initiatives

PDM International has created LEED certified interiors for the WPP Campus in Zhabei district, Shanghai. The office stretches over 20 floors and 45,000 sq-m, marking the most ambitious co-location effort ever undertaken by WPP globally that brought together 26 group companies and more than 3,500 people.

Stair Looking Up

The initial architectural studies of the building and its constraints shape a rationale and logical stacking plan that revolves around elevator banks and access, opportunities for staircase apertures and locations.

Maxus 3 22F

The project is highlighted with air quality, environmentally friendly materials, quality of light and space for all employees and an environment that caters to all of the basic needs.

Mindshare 2 17F

The scheme features state-of-the-art air filtration systems on each floor, reverse osmosis water filtration units, group-wide meeting room booking systems as well as an in-house café, an extensive outdoor terrace and a dedicated training facility for education and presentation purposes.

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