secondary facade

secondary façade

A façade not facing a public street or otherwise visible to the public, and that does not possess significant architectural features.
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The building features a secondary facade to minimize overheating from direct sunlight, energy efficient LED lights, rainwater harvesting, a reflective roof with photovoltaic panels and a windmill to generate renewable energy.
A new facade, replacing an old tunnel-like entrance and built of Portland stone and bronze framed glass, was brought up to the line of the pavement, and part of the first floor was cut away to create a six-metre high space, stretching back to a secondary facade on the line of the old one.