Zaha Hadid Architects unveils and reveals the new epic and supreme sustainable luxury homes in the Caribbean: modern houses that will strengthen the local economy while helping the Earth. If you want to get impressed by such unique and stunning modern architecture masterpieces, Luxury Safes presents to you these contemporary buildings created by Zaha Hadid Architects.
The Roatán Próspera Residences are symbols of sustainability and style. This extraordinary and impressive new eco-friendly village envisioned by Zaha Hadid Architects will be located on the island of Roatán in the Caribbean. Each contemporary building has been specifically designed with the climate, terrain, and culture of the region in mind, and marries the local craftsmanship with the modern architectural techniques.
According to Erick A. Brimen, CEO of Honduras Próspera LLC: “This design prioritizes sustainability and is integral to our vision for Roatán Próspera.”, said in a press release. “Roatán Próspera will strengthen and diversify the local economy while creating homes defined by their natural environment.”
These luxury homes are designed to be self-shading and open toward a fresh sea breeze for natural cooling. When required, water can also be removed from the atmosphere via dehumidification for a little extra chill. Created by Zaha Hadid Architects, these modern homes are also self-sufficient through to singular canopies that double as solar power systems and trap UV rays to produce renewable energy. Each house will be fitted with batteries to store excess electricity for future use.
The structures of these contemporary architectural buildings by Zaha Hadid Architects are modular by design and feature sustainable timber sourced from certified forests on the Honduran mainland. Each of these luxury homes will include a special system that ensures all parts of the logs are used to minimize waste and pollution. Armed with this comprehensive understanding, Zaha Hadid Architects also developed a new digital configuration platform that will eventually allow island dwellers to plan personalized homes and connect with local suppliers.
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