A wealthy resident of the United Arab Emirates can be built a cottage complete with solar photovoltaic-powered. This is in line with the trend: the country wants to become the environmental leaders.The United Arab Emirates, perceived rather as energy wasters, want to the ecological model country. The conditions are there. The Sun in the cloudless sky seems almost daily. It could win power in abundance. The small country’s rulers want exactly that.
One of its wealthiest citizens, who wants to remain nameless, but perhaps is one of the ten billionaires in the country, now shows how it’s done. He can be on the edge of the OASIS Liwa, which is populated only by Onyx antelopes, camels and gazelles, built a comfortable holiday home.
Life in the middle of the nature with Cheap Holiday home on the desert
It refers to his power from solar cells on the roof of the building, with its five arms is reminiscent of a snowflake. Part of the flow ends up in a battery pack, ensure the supply even at night and in the few rainy days. The generous Windows, which are partially space high, give the impression as the inhabitants in the middle of nature lived what can be sometimes annoying. There’s a solution: the transparent disc turn into frosted glass. And it’s like this: the Middle disc has a wafer-thin layer, which can be activated by a power surge, so that she will be opaque. A second surge allows you to undo it.
As a commitment to the tradition of the Aboriginals of the country, the Bedouin, a meeting place, the discussions around the open fire can take place is located in the Centre of the building. Another feature is an herb garden in the generously sized kitchen. The large Windows in the living room can be pushed aside to let in cooling breezes, which at night sometimes.
London architects are specialists in Cheap Holiday homes on the desert
The architects of Baharash architectures in London do not have designed the House reveal how the House is supplied with water.
The founder of the firm, Baharash B0y, specializes in the construction of environmentally friendly buildings in desert regions. “We are seeing a new generation of Emirats who seek an ecological lifestyle”, so the observation of the London-based architect. “This is in line with the vision of the country, to become one of the world’s most environmentally friendly countries.”