Mvule Gardens Housing Complex Development in Kilifi, Kenya

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Mvule Gardens Housing Complex is a residential development nestled across 11,550 square meters piece of land in Kilifi County, barely 0.5km off the main Kilifi Highway.

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The development comprises a total of 52-house units divided into 1 bed, 2 bed, and 3 bedroom units that feature spacious rooms, an open plan layout for more natural light private backyard, and a front porch among others.  Noteworthy, the houses have achieved EDGE Advanced Certification that exemplifies achievement in 45% energy savings, 23% water savings, and 71% less embodied energy in materials.

The development is close to a public park and has convenient pathways for public use.

Mvule Gardens Housing Complex project team

The Mvule Gardens Housing Complex is developed by 14 Trees, a joint venture between Holcim, a global leader in innovative and sustainable building solutions, and CDC Group, UK’s development finance institution.

It is designed by MASS Design Group, an American and African-based architecture practice.

The project, which is Africa’s largest 3D-printed housing project will utilize Holcim’s proprietary ink, TectorPrint that is developed in partnership with Bamburi Cement Limited, an industrial company in Kenya specializing in cement and concrete production.

It will be a part of the Green Heart of Kenya, a regenerative master-planned town and productive agricultural landscape in Kilifi, developed by Savo Project Developers.