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Egypt's first solar-powered village rises from the desert in Bahariya Oasis

Principal architect Karim Kafrawi said in Egypt, solar panels are often seen as unattractive, too industrial, and "not practical in architecture integration." KarmBuild's innovative methods could upend those unfavorable views. Their solar integration designs allow the region to benefit from plentiful sunlight in a seamless, elegant manner. Photovoltaic solar panels adorn the rooftops of the Tayebat Workers Village, but in such a way that they blend in the stone walls of the village.
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