Experimental house
  • The future is clean,
  • The future is cool,
  • The future is now.
CORAL LIFE is the result of a real life experiment and the philosophy that innovation is incomplete until it has been trialed and endured the test of time. Our team implemented this system in a purpose-built test house constructed to strict specifications in the heart of Bangkok. Collecting information and allowing for adjustments, the result is a versatile solution that can be applied to business centers, retail stores, cinemas and auditoriums or private housing of all shapes and sizes.

“Indoors at all scale”

After 3 years of R&D carried out in close collaboration with The Passive House Institute (PHI) in Germany, an independent research institute that is the only internationally recognized, performance-based energy standard in construction, the bar has now been set by CORAL LIFE the first in Southeast Asia. The numbers speak for themselves. The technology not only works, but also endures in every aspect of performance. As such, we proudly introduce our House X to present a better understanding of exactly what the CORAL LIFE means.

“Green economy”

House X is a 2-story house with 200 SQM of indoor living space composed of 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and an open living space with a dining area and kitchen. From a financial and technical point of view, to maintain cool and clean air throughout the house for 24 hours a day, every day, in every single room, the house consumes a stunning 5,400 kWh a year, equal to 2,000 THB a month, which is a record low in this part of the world. In comparison, a modern but conventional house of similar size and usage would expend 32,400 kWh a year, or 10,000 THB a month. And this is aside from all the other benefits generated by the system, such as permanent comfort and health improvement aspects. To this list of benefits, we can also add the entitlement to an on-going accumulated “carbon credit” that will be distributed to more and more property developments as a reward for contributing to the future of the “green economy”.

“Lead by example”