Noah House Prototype

General description

The prototype, the so-called Noah Alpha House, was built in Pilisjászfalu in May 2016. The foundation, the structure, the technology, the interior design, the materials of the house stood the test of time, proving that the original idea was correct. Measurement data verifies the "lifelike" operation of the house.

The results so far confirmed the safe operation:

- measurement the power production of the solar panels
- measurement the electricity consumption of the house
- measurement the battery state of charge
- measurement of rainfall
- measurement the room temperature per room

The house was almost completely self-sufficient; in fact it produces more energy than it uses and it is able to collect and produce sufficient amount of drinking and household water.

Data sheet

  • Living space127 m2
  • Terrace: 58 m2
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Other rooms: car space (not included but optional) – mechanical room

  • ROOM 1: 12,2 m2
  • ROOM 2: 12,4 m2
  • ROOM 3: 17,6 m2
  • LIVINGROOM: 42,6 m2
  • ENTRANCE: 9,2 m2
  • TOILETS.: 3,5 m2
  • BATHROOM 1: 5,3 m2
  • BATHROOM 2: 11,9 m2
  • TERRACE: 16,6 m2
  • GARAGE*: 30,0 m2

 * Garage optional

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Standing on quick installed ground screws above ground level, aesthetic, unique robust design that can withstand extreme weather conditions e.g.: a Richter scale 7 earthquake, or continuous winds of 100-120km/h.


The solar panels mounted on the roof of the house provide the electricity needed for the operation of the house and the life of a family of 4-5 people. The number of solar panels depends on the intended use and can be expanded according to the electrical equipment planned to be operated by the occupants or whether it is also intended to charge an electric car.


NOAH House collects, purifies and stores rainwater so you don’t have to worry about drier days! NOAH’s management system provides water (domestic and drinking water) for a family of 4-5 people.

Purification and filtration takes place in two phases before use. The water is passed first through a membrane filter and then through a UV sterilizer, thus ensuring excellent water quality.

Rainwater is collected in the rainwater management system below the floor level of the house in a closed container and cleaned before use. The overflow ensures that the water level does not rise above a certain maximum level.

Toilets are flushed with treated grey water, cutting average water consumption into nearly half.