Comprising 116 luxury villas, Daintree is a call to return to nature, along with all the comforts technology provides.
Sunlight is harnessed to light every corner, generate power, and heat water.
Rainfall is precious, and is treated as such. Every little drop of water that touches the rooftops and walkways is recycled and reused.
A 7KLD tank stores enough rainwater for thirty days of use.
WTP, a purification technology treats rainwater, and makes it suitable for drinking. The treated water is of better quality than borewell water.
Computer simulations are used to predict airflow. They also provide sun path, wind flow, daylight and shading analyses. This lets us plan and position each construction, and ensure that it stays naturally cool, with minimum dependence on appliances.
Windows are positioned to let in fresh air. Open spaces in a villa measure 50% more than most houses.
Special insulating tiles cool the homes, and reduce dependence on air conditioners.
Wind-powered turbo ventilators suck out the hot air that rises to the insulated ceilings.