INhome was designed with the Midwesterner in mind, offering sustainable living without sacrificing comfort. The Purdue-designed home has a self-watering green wall, an air purification system, and it conserves warm and cool air.
The geometric CHIP home by the Southern California Institute of Architecture and California Institute of Technology certainly looks like a house of the future. The home is encapsulated in a puffy layer of “outsulation,” and its energy use can be controlled by a custom iPad application.
Team Belgium’s E-Cube is an ultra-efficient home that can be assembled in just a few days. The home is based on modularity, affordability, flexibility and efficiency – it plays up a minimal design in exchange for maximum space and energy efficiency.