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Mitsubishi Electric, air conditioning, heat pump, space heating

An old Victorian industrial building near City Road in London has been converted into a film and photography studio with the help of heating and air conditioning using equipment from Mitsubishi Electric. This beautiful creative space is regularly used by some of the leading chefs.

Paper Mill Studios is full of features that include original timber beams, floor joists and exposed London stock brick. The stylish installation of air conditioning by 361 Degrees complements that interior whilst delivering very quiet and efficient heating and cooling.

The building is home to a number of photography companies, a production house, a fashion PR company and a high-end retouching studio — which all need a comfortable, creative space.

Filming, in particular, needs quiet solutions for the heating and air conditioning.

A City Multi heat-pump air-conditioning system is the main heating and cooling solution, with a combination of wall-mounted and exposed ducted fan-coil units in the various rooms around the building.

A Lossnay heat-recovery ventilation system recovers energy from exhaust air and transfers it to the incoming fresh air.

Lewis English of 361 Degrees comments, ‘The building owners and the designers love the solution we’ve come up with.’

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