#Lifehaus: The First Self-Sufficient Project in the Middle East Coming to Baskinta

Lifehaus is the primary low value totally self-sufficient venture within the Center East that’s designed to decrease the carbon footprint ​utilizing upcycled, native supplies and ancestral strategies. The founder and architect behind LifeHaus is Nizar Haddad who was pushed by his curiosity in inexperienced structure “to develop the LIFEHAUS venture which revisits and applies a number of lengthy forgotten ancestral constructing strategies, using the data of masters to provide essentially the most optimum, ecological, self-sufficient and economical prototype, ever devised”.

The primary prototype will probably be inbuilt Nizar’s land in Baskinta and can encompass a 160 m2 residential house fashioned of a studio with a lounge, mezzanine, terrace, greenhouse and a technical room.

It’s a very fascinating venture and I hope it really works out. It may show to be a game-changer for Lebanese who don’t need to spend a lot on their mountain homes and desire a self-sufficient answer.

​Try the promotional video:

And the prototype:

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