Due to their lowest average ground level of any nation, the Maldives have some of the most beautiful beaches on earth. Furthermore, it makes people in the Maldives extremely vulnerable to the effects of sea level rise. The reduction in CO2 is largely attributable to the growth of the world's major economies, but the achievement of carbon neutrality on this tiny island may serve as inspiration for sustainable development in more industrialised countries.
Our design goal was to realise the vision and purpose of our client, who wanted to create an island that combines luxurious and environmentally friendly features. We believe that having a sizable, private space with access to the outdoors is what defines luxury. Because we have constructed all of our visitor amenities and lodging out on the water, the island is essentially deserted. Each visitor is given a private 300 square metre accommodation with a panoramic ocean view and a private island.In order to incorporate sustainable elements into this environment, we installed 984 solar panels over the main building, totaling 1,643 square metres.
It is helpful, illuminating, and even seductive. This roof eventually became the main component of the island's architecture. The roof is sloped at a perfect 3o angle to disperse tropical rain and absorb solar energy. The system's 320KWp power output and 575MWh annual output allow it to continuously power the entire island without the use of fossil fuels.