The clean, clean house won the Solar Decathlon contest in the Middle East, designed by students from the University of Wollongong in Australia in collaboration with the Australian Institute of TAFE.
More than 15 groups of designers and technicians from various universities around the world attended the prize-winning prize of $ 2.72 million.
Winner of the competition, "Smart House", is named "Desert Rose", which is characterized by the production of completely clean energy, more than domestic needs, and therefore does not need any additional external energy source.
According to the numbers of "solar panels" hanging on the walls of the smart home and its surface, they produce 57 kW of electricity, while the home actually does not need more than 38 kW.
Desert Rose consists of a kitchen, a bathroom, a living room and two bedrooms with a total area of more than 90 square meters.
The organization of the event monitors several criteria during the evaluation of the participating projects, including engineering design, communications, innovation, comfort and savings in electricity.