Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras

Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras ⇒ The highly celebrated architecture firm, Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has a new project on the horizon: a new modular housing complex on an island near Honduras.

product zaha hadid architects Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras banners dina bespoke

The Roatán Próspera residential community project is set to be completed later this year and it will have numerous traditional building techniques characteristic of the area. The timber-framed residences will highlight slightly curved palapa roofs as well as expensive terraces with rounded balconies and a generous amount of green space. In today’s article, PullCast Blog explores this ambiguous residential project where ZHA collaborated with engineering consultancies AKT II and Hilson Moran to make it a more environmentally-friendly project.

Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 1 zaha hadid architects Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 1

⇒ Related Article: Be In Awe of 7 Grandly Designed Buildings in China

Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 3 zaha hadid architects Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 3

One of the main features of this ambitious and enticing complex project will be a digital parametric platform developed by Zaha Hadid Architects’ Computational and Design Group will be available to residents, which will permit the possibility of customization especially in regards to their housing module’s size, arrangement, and furniture designs.

Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 2 zaha hadid architects Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 2

The modules of the Roatán Próspera community are actually being developed off-site and they will be later transported using local networks in order to cut back on carbon emissions and not to endanger any wildlife. This way the complex will be blended into the natural environment without harming it.

Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 4 zaha hadid architects Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 4

Sustainable design will be the main focus of this new project. The materials and building method used are rather suitable for fast assembly or disassembly, thus offering one the freedom to personalize their unit in a more ecological manner. Furthermore, the complex will also feature a dehumidifying system that removes water from the atmosphere and filters it for residence use, among other elements.

Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 5 zaha hadid architects Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 5

With this new project, the Caribbean island will become an even more desirable tourist destination, and ultimately, it will come to diversify and streghten the economy of the region. zaha hadid architects, zaha hadid architects

⇒ Read Also: 5 Boutique Interiors that Made an Enduring Impact in Defining Luxury

zaha hadid architects Zaha Hadid Architects Develops New Housing Complex in Honduras 4d005304 cb6f 4c19 a0c1 d94982cb7081

If you want to discover more about the exclusive and luxurious world of PullCast and our elegant collections of decorative and architectural hardware, then feel free to follow us on social media: Facebook, PinterestTwitter, Instagram, Linkedin, and Youtube!

Source: Dezeen

Zaha Hadid Architects Deve

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

About PullCast

PullCast was born digging deep into the wonders of nature by a jeweller and a designer, which adore collecting objects from outdoor experiences.

Subscribe Our Newsletter
We don't talk to strangers.
You don't want us to answer?
Thanks for Subscribing!
Sorry, we don't know what happened. Please try again later.
You are already subscribed in our Newsletter!