We spend 90 percent of our lives in buildings. It follows that the buildings where we spend our lives have an enormous impact on our lives. On what we do, how we feel, who we are, who we become. At Siemens, we believe that everything people do in life deserves a perfect place to do it. A perfect place to learn. A perfect place to grow. A perfect place to prosper. A perfect place for every stage of life. Creating perfect places is our motivation: improving building technology, to improve people’s lives.
This building changes futures
The places where we spend our lives can change our lives
For the students at Pine Grove Middle School in East Syracuse, New York, the time they spend inside the school building can change their futures.
This building changes futures
Building technology from Siemens makes Pine Grove Middle School in East Syracuse, New York, a perfect place to create the new learning environment that new minds need. Watch the story here.
When the East Syracuse-Minoa school district began an energy performance contract with Siemens they expected savings on their utilities – what they got was a corporate partner in the development of their 1960s factory-era school into a model for 21st century innovative learning.
At Sello shopping center in Helsinki, Finland, visitors experience more than a shopping center. Data-driven services from Siemens make the shopping center a perfect place for people to come together – and feel comfortable.
This building is a community
At Sello shopping center in Helsinki, Finland, visitors to the mall find the building can create more than comfort. It can create community. Watch the story here.
With more than 170 shops, a multiplex cinema and 24 million visitors each year, the Sello shopping center has continually been rated by consumers in the Helsinki metropolitan area as one of the best – and one of the greenest.
At Museums Victoria in Melbourne, Australia, the building preserves more than artefacts. It preserves the story of a country. Building management systems from Siemens make Museums Victoria a perfect place to preserve Australia’s heritage.
This building stops time
Building management systems from Siemens make Museums Victoria a perfect place to preserve Australia’s heritage. Watch the story here.
Siemens’ relationship with Australia began 144 years ago with 40,000 wooden poles and a copper telegraph wire 3,200 kilometers long. It continues today delivering the technologies of the future, this time with a major cost-saving and energy efficiency gain for Melbourne’s biggest museum complex.
Beer has been brewed at the Feldschlösschen brewery in Rheinfelden, Switzerland, since 1876. During this period its beautiful headquarters, reminiscent of a grand castle, has been continuously expanded and upgraded.
We’re about what buildings make possible – and buildings make more possible than ever before
At the Sino-German Ecopark Passive House Technology Center in Qingdao, China, building management systems from Siemens demonstrate that practically zero-emission buildings are possible: and so is a bright future for the world.
This building is a seed
At Qingdao’s Sino-German Ecopark in China, building management systems from Siemens make the Passive House Technology Center a perfect place to protect our future. Watch the story here.
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