The idea of ​​building a city in an African country stems from the need to find an ideal solution for MIGRANTS and REFUGEES, who are looking for a living space in which they can work and live peacefully. We thought that the best thing was to build a new city able to satisfy the needs of very poor families who unfortunately for reasons of war or lack of food are forced to flee their native lands.

We have changed our primary project developed in the past years, which was the following:

How did the idea come about? The dream of every person, of all ages and of all social ranks, has always been to be able to live in a place, where they can walk in absolute peace and tranquility and live in total safety. A private city, green and alive, where people can interact with each other and experience special moments, thanks to the numerous activities offered daily. If this city was in a place with an ideal and warm climate and the sea was not far from the houses, wouldn't it be like living in a fairy tale? After a long period of market research and consultations we came to the conclusion that it would be possible and desirable to build such a dreamlike city.
The city is designed for everyone and is not limited to being a center for people who spend their last years of life in absolute serenity and peace. It wants to be a dynamic and productive city in every respect. It is envisaged not only to be economically independent, but also to produce wealth in terms of services and goods for export and trade.

The key principles of the emerging city are:

Helping others;

Actively participate in social life;

Bring ideas for further development.

It is a city where education and culture are of the utmost importance and where knowledge sharing becomes the key to sharing profits and stimulating creativity. There is a wide range of activities to be undertaken in this city, such as the collection and sorting of waste or various agricultural activities for food supply, and the professions required also include locksmiths, masons, gardeners, cooks, waiters, teachers ...

We want to be an independent and autonomous city that becomes a reference point for other places. In reality we do not limit ourselves to being self-sustainable, but we aim to produce more than we consume and therefore also to serve the wider community.

It is a green and ecological city, where ultra-low-energy buildings are built (passive house - class 0) with environmental impact certification 0, which is completely self-sufficient. The necessary energy would be produced from renewable sources and waste products with a very low environmental impact.

Cars will not be allowed in our city to avoid CO2 emissions, but shuttle services will be provided 24 hours a day to allow unrestricted mobility for all citizens.
Other public services such as WiFi, entertainment ... The city is designed to be open to everyone, from the pensioner who wants to find an oasis of well-being and peace, to someone who wants to cultivate friendships and find a way to live assistance - Free and with joy, for the young professional who is full of expectations and ready to pursue a career that is based on one of the many possible options for the city's economic activities. We want to build a green, clean, lively and productive city. We want to realize the city of dreams: MAUAKADA.





Security and peace of mind for everyone. make sure everyone feels comfortable 24 hours a
day through a state-of-the-art security system mainly at the entrance and exit of the city, such as
 as well as video surveillance systems wherever there are public areas

Police, firefighter, private security

Work for everyone
Hospital and medical assistance

A farm and fish farming will be in the immediate vicinity in order to be able to provide
    daily fresh natural products for the city, cultivated with biological and natural systems,
    without the addition of chemicals

Recycling of waste

No pollution

Purified waste water

Maintenance of existing flora and fauna

Education for all

That everyone actively participate in the social life of the city

The city must be as SUSTAINABLE as possible

Transportation services

Radio, WI-FI, newspapers


MAUAKADA's mission is to make people happy and safe and to connect people from different parts of the world and offer them unique and excellent services.

Our vision is to become the first city in the world and a respected company that is highly appreciated by our customers, our employees, our shareholders and the community in which we live. Our values ​​are fundamental to our success. They are the solid foundation of Mauakada, they define who we are and distinguish us from our competitors.

They are the basis of our vision of the future. These values ​​include:
Performance excellence. We are responsible owners, we always try to meet or exceed expectations.

Integrity. We treat each other, and all our stakeholders with dignity and respect. Honesty, ethical behavior and integrity are key features of our business conduct.



3-storey buildings,

Terraced houses for managers

Gardens, cycle paths


Shops, Bars, Bakeries, Pastry Shops, Haidressers, Clothing, Offices, Banks

Supermarkets hypermarkets

Electric boats, water, storage, vehicle display, furniture, retailers, etc.
Industrial mechanic, bodywork, plastic materials, production in general


Services, education, kindergarten, primary school, secondary school, high school, university, churches, clinics, library, security, municipal services, aqueduct, buildings for worship, medical center, first aid, specialized clinics

Waste disposal, mechanical-biological treatment, incinerators, energy, energy substations, energy distribution

Sports, gyms, swimming pools, tennis, soccer, indor hall, volleyball, athletics

Livestock farming, fish

Agricultural, barn for animals, silos, greenhouses, equipment, farmhouse

Fish, crop tanks, cooling and freezing plants


What is Passive House?
The passive house construction standard was created in Germany over 20 years ago. It is based on five principles to ensure that a building operates at a high level with minimal energy inputs. The medium construction of the Passivhaus is so energy efficient that it is possible to meet the heating needs with the energy needed to power two hair dryers.

The Passivhaus standard is based on five principles:
1. Continuous isolation
2. Airtight barrier layers
3. High-performance windows and doors
4. Controlled ventilation
5. Solar Gain and Loss through Design.

1. Continuous insulation: passive house buildings have a continuous layer of insulation from the bottom to the top of the roof. Just as a Thermos prevents heat from escaping from a cup of hot coffee, this uninterrupted layer helps maintain heat during the colder months. When the temperature rises outside, the continuous insulation acts as a cooling device and keeps the drinks (occupants) fresh. Therefore, continuous insulation works all year round to maintain a comfortable and constant life temperature for the occupants of the Passivhaus building.

2. Airtight layers: whether it is a cold breeze in winter, a suffocating explosion in the summer or a current of damp water that leaves the windows fogged up, unwanted aerial movement through a house decreases comfort for residents and can cause serious structural and health problems (rot and shape!). To avoid this, the Passivhaus buildings have an airtight layer. This layer works very much like a windbreaker: it prevents the wind from transporting heat from the wearer's body and keeping it at a pleasant temperature.

3. High-performance windows and doors: windows are both warmer and colder than houses: a single glass panel cannot compete with the insulation of a wall. However, high-performance Passive House windows are designed to compete with wall performance. They have multiple glass plates and are filled with special low-heat gases. This means that there are no cold spots from windows and therefore no heating ducts under the windows are required.

4. Controlled ventilation system: since passive house buildings are so airtight, they require lungs. A controlled ventilation system that can move fresh air into the building and old, stale air out. These systems are managed by a heat recovery fan (HRV) or an energy recovery fan (ERV). HRV and ERV perform the same basic function: during the months in which heating is required, they absorb the heat from the hot and stale air of the interior and transfer it to the fresh and fresh air. This provides a supply of warm and fresh air for the occupants. In the months when cooling is required, the opposite occurs.

5. Solar Gain and Loss through Design: the angle at which the sun's rays hit the earth has a significant impact on the amount of heat transferred to the earth. Imagine being invited to hit a flat, level target with a Frisbee. A Frisbee that is thrown directly over the target will remain on the target, but a Frisbee thrown from afar will probably bounce off and slip away. The heat of the sun is very similar to this. High-angle summer sunlight transfers heat because it directly affects the atmosphere and the earth. Low-angle winter sunlight tends to look away from the earth before it can transfer more heat. The Passivhaus buildings are designed to take advantage of the variable angle of the sun. Incorporating features such as overhangs and shades of the sun, sunlight can enter during the cold months when warming is needed, and keep the warm summer sunlight out.

It is these five principles that allow a Passivhaus building to reach the Passivhaus performance standard and create the most living environment





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