Standing discretely on an 800 m2 terrain, Bakich Home consists of four individual chalets, constructed along a square layout, with rough natural stone, integrated harmoniously into its environment. Its one meter thick massive natural stone walls rises from the ground to delimit the building, and ensure a perfect layer of thermal insulation, thus reducing both the cooling and heating cost. All the lights used in this project are Eco Friendly LED Lights, and the HVAC system has been designed in such a way to ensure the lowest energy consumption.

Client: NH-Architectes

Location: Kanat Bakich

Time Frame: March 2015

Architect: NH-Architectes (www.nharchitectes.com)

Scope of Work:

Electrical Design

  • Lighting, Power and Low Current Design

  • Earthing and Lightning Protection Design

  • Electric Panel Boards and Automatic Transfer Switches Design

  • Main Feeder Cables Sizing

  • Transformer, UPS and Backup Generator Sizing and Cabling. 40 KVA Total Connected Load

  • Fire and Intrusion Alarms

  • Shop Drawings

  • Coordination between all trades

  • Electrical Site Inspection and Material Approval

  • Electrical Value Engineering

Mechanical Design

  • HVAC Design

  • Plumbing Design including Cold, Hot and Hot Water Return

  • Drainage by Gravity Design

  • Sewage Design

  • Shop Drawings

  • Coordination between all trades

  • Mechanical Site Inspection and Material Approval

  • Mechanical Value Engineering