The Lo-Hi Tech Project from Studio SKLIM showcases innovation toward efficiency and sustainability with its Ke-Sol system of sustainable solar paneling. This project uses primitive materials, which gives the ‘Lo’ part of the name, with contemporary technologies resulting in lightweight, easy-to-produce solar panels, which is the ‘Hi’ tech part of the name.
On the other hand, the i29 architecture firm’s ‘Open Park Villa’ demonstrates a positive direction for the residential architecture industry. This villa is built on what used to be military-owned terrain, and it is intended to draw attention to the beauty and importance of nature. The villa is surrounded by nature and wildlife, and has a low carbon footprint and a natural design.