Baharash Architecture is developing a solar-powered desert retreat in UAE

Solar-powered desert retreat by Baharash Architecture

Baharash Architecture, London-based Award winning design studio has been commissioned to build a solar-powered luxury desert retreat in the Liwa region of United Arab Emirates. Designed to be in harmony with the pristine and untouched desert-scape, the $2.2m luxury desert eco-retreat is being built for one of Emirate’s highest profile individuals, whose name has not been disclosed yet.

Surrounded with beautiful natural landscapes, the eco-retreat will offer a scintillating view along with a rejuvenating experience to the residents. The eco-friendly retreat is completely energy self-sufficient and will not harm the fragile ecology of the area. The eco-home equipped with solar panels will make use of the sun’s energy and the generated power will be stored in several battery units.

Solar-powered desert retreat

The 6,080-square-foot self-sustainable house will come with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and a kitchen. It will feature smart large glass windows offering amazing outdoor views which can also be transformed to offer instant privacy at the flick of a switch. The environmentally friendly home will also include an indoor herb garden and a central fire place for social bonding.

Solar-powered desert retreat in UAE

The eco-retreat will offer real exclusivity and serenity in an area which has remained unspoiled for centuries, and is home to a flourishing wildlife such as Oryxes, Gazelles and Camels. The solar-powered desert retreat by Baharash Architecture is expected to be complete by the fall of 2016.

Via: Architecturaldigest

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