PARTNERS

Our carefully selected partners will ensure KarmSolar will continue to find innovative and imaginative ways to provide our clients with the best possible services.

WorldWater Solar and Technologies WorldWater Solar & Technologies (WWST) is a U.S company based in Princeton, New Jersey. WWST has extensive international solar & water engineering, & project management experience. In recent years, its members have brought proprietary, high-powered solar technology to areas in the U.S., Africa, Asia & the Caribbean, providing alternative energy, potable water & irrigation solutions to a wide variety of customers in domestic & international markets.
Atelier Kafrawi Atelier Kafrawi is a family run design studio. Since its founding in Paris in 1968 it has accumulated a carefully-selected team of professionals with experience in a wide-ranging diversity of projects. The firm enjoys architectural, master planning and interior projects that demand creativity and individuality. The size of the project is irrelevant; their only prerequisite is that a project calls for imagination, artistic power and uniqueness. Their innovative projects have earned them high accolades within the architectural community. Their studio, which was designated by UNESCO as a pinnacle in tropical architecture, led to their commission for the design of the first University in Qatar which is considered a masterpiece and used as a case study for architectural students around the world. They are the perfect partner for KarmSolar to realize our Solar Building projects.
sarahlogoarch use for website Sarah El Battouty graduated with a BA in Architecture from the University of Cambridge. She has an M.Arch in Architecture History and is currently studying a Masters in Sustainable Development MSc in SOAS,UK.The studio is an architecture and interior design practice established in 2005 (RIBA partI Royal Institute of British Architect Qualification) working on simple practical solutions tailored for busy lifestyle. It focuses on encouraging the use of local Egyptian products, aiming to promote the talent of furniture designers, artists and craft. The studio has worked on a variety of building types ranging from community upgrading to small residential projects. There is also an art department and creative concepts that have worked with leading brands in product design. This is the first Egyptian studio to lobby against child labor on construction sites.