Aqua Casa: A stunning cliffside desert home that produces all the energy it requires

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When it comes to luxury homes, the desert seems hardly the best possible location. Morocco-based designer Bel Kharmoudi Aziz, however, has reimagined this arid, barren landscape as a secluded haven for those in search of tranquility and privacy. Titled Aqua Casa, the artist’s latest designs showcase a stunning net-zero-energy waterfront home, built among rocks in the middle of an expansive desert.

According to the architect, the spectacular low-rise concept home sits in between rocks, overlooking a small palm tree-lined oasis. Constructed using reinforced concrete, the sunken dwelling features an incredible rooftop swimming pool that looks like a continuation of the sea itself. What is more, it offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding torrid landscape.

Topped with a large helipad, the luxury desert home is powered entirely using renewable energy, captured with the help of an onsite photovoltaic system. A self-taught graphic and product designer, Aziz developed the proposal to enirch his Behance portfolio. As he points out, the Aqua Casa house is perfect for those who prefer the quiet over the hustle and bustle of city life.

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To know more about the designer, click here.

Via: Yanko Design

  • Dan Vasii

    The only problem: where do you find so much water in the desert?

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Aqua Casa: A stunning cliffside desert home that produces all the energy it requires

When it comes to luxury homes, the desert seems hardly the best possible location. Morocco-based designer Bel Kharmoudi Aziz, however, has reimagined this arid, barren landscape as a secluded haven for those in search of tranquility and privacy. Titled Aqua Casa, the artist’s latest designs showcase a stunning net-zero-energy waterfront home, built among rocks in the middle of an expansive desert.

According to the architect, the spectacular low-rise concept home sits in between rocks, overlooking a small palm tree-lined oasis. Constructed using reinforced concrete, the sunken dwelling features an incredible rooftop swimming pool that looks like a continuation of the sea itself. What is more, it offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding torrid landscape.

Topped with a large helipad, the luxury desert home is powered entirely using renewable energy, captured with the help of an onsite photovoltaic system. A self-taught graphic and product designer, Aziz developed the proposal to enirch his Behance portfolio. As he points out, the Aqua Casa house is perfect for those who prefer the quiet over the hustle and bustle of city life.

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To know more about the designer, click here.

Via: Yanko Design

  1. Dan Vasii says:

    The only problem: where do you find so much water in the desert?

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