Luxury does not have to be something that distorts nature and its beauty and well-being.
To prove that holidays in ultra-luxury holidays can be done without any harm of nature, now we have an exotic Kudadoo island resort, which has almost opened its doors to the Maldives. Designed by the Yuji Yamazaki Architecture company in New York, this private hotel is a perfect example of sustainability with its impressive photovoltaic roof and other elements that define it.
Located in Lhaviani Atol, this resort features integrated solar panels, which support a 320-kWp solar system, which generates enough energy to power the whole island resort without the need for additional electricity. Then, this resort has wooden structures made of wood from sustainable forests located in Indonesia, New Zealand, Canada and the nearby island, along with the abundance of natural light and special elements that allow for natural air conditioning of the space.
Other amenities at your disposal include a large outdoor swimming pool, open-air relaxing platforms, a restaurant, a bar and a wine cellar.
Commenting on the use of solar-focused design, architectural studies said: “Traditionally, solar panels are hidden in discrete parts of the Maldives and have no other function, but here, the photovoltaic roof is resolutely visible and has become a resort icon.”
Only Kudadoo resort has fifteen residences over water, thirteen one-bedroom Ocean residences and two two-bedroom apartments, with prices ranging from $4,000, excluding taxes and VAT.