Lidija Grozdanic

A++ Unveils Plans for Falcon Island Eco City in the United Arab Emirates

by , 08/27/14

Al Hamra Real Estate Development, Falcon Island, architecture studio A++, luxury villas, Ras Al-Khaimah development, LEED-certified real estate, UAE LEED-certified real estate, sustainable living

Al Hamra Real Estate Development just appointed sustainable architecture studio A++ to design 150 new luxury villas on Falcon Island in Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE. The new residences are designed to LEED specifications and they will take advantage of a wide range of green building strategies.

Al Hamra Real Estate Development, Falcon Island, architecture studio A++, luxury villas, Ras Al-Khaimah development, LEED-certified real estate, UAE LEED-certified real estate, sustainable living

Al Hamra Real Estate Development partnered with interior design group Luxury Living, and furnishing brands like Bentley Home, Fendi Casa and Kenzo Maison – and the finished development will combine luxury living with sustainable technologies. The bridge connecting the island to the mainland will have a solar roof, while the 150 villas and 11 mansions willl be topped with rooftop photovoltaic panels.

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Switzerland-based A++ specializes in sustainable living-one of their current projects, a 7.5 million square kilometer sustainable development in Albania includes an entirely self-sufficient community. Their luxury villas planned for Falcon Island with be located on the 77 million square foot site which includes 5,000 feet of pristine beaches. The development is due for completion in December, 2016.

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+ Al Hamra Real Estate Development

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