Passive solar control is essential for preserving a comfortable atmosphere both inside and outside of Sobha Forest Plots at MBR City and for reducing the stress placed on air conditioning systems. The direction of structures, as well as their form and materiality, should be carefully taken into account. Screens, brise soleil, overhangs, and louvres are examples of shading elements and structures that should blend in seamlessly with building facades rather than standing out as an afterthought.
The outside lighting at Sobha Forest Plots should be planned to draw attention to the building's architectural characteristics rather than acting as a feature in and of itself. Lighting should be built and designed with a neutral colour palette to reduce light pollution and overspill. Lighting fixtures should be hidden or recessed. It is important to take precautions to make sure that any project's outdoor lighting has a positive impact on users of nearby structures, common areas, and roads. External lighting schemes with vivid colours, changing hues, or animation won't be accepted.