Refuge du Goûter by Group-H
Standing 12,582 feet above sea level, theRefuge du Goûter is a magnificent Alpine refuge by Group-H. Powered by the sun and wind, the stylish Alpine retreat is the highest building in France.
Alpine Capsule by Ross Lovegrove
Designed to blend in with its environment, the futuristic Alpine Capsule is one of Ross Lovegrove’s most striking creations. Powered by solar panels and a vertical axis wind turbine, it features a reflecting glass skin that allows inhabitants a magnificent 360-degree view of the landscape.
Chamfer House by S-Archetype
Created to operate off-grid in any location, the tiny, stylish Chamfer House was designed by S-Archetype. Shaped like a cube and made from eco-friendly materials, it features a bright, open interior that’s perfect for a modern, nomadic lifestyle.
Stamp House by Charles Wright Architects
Located on the edge of the water in Australia’s Queensland, the weird-looking Stamp House was designed by Charles Wright Architects. Shaped like a six-pointed star and made from precast concrete, this unique off-grid home can defy even the fastest cyclones.
MercuryHouseOne by Architecture and Vision
Tiny, cute and solar-powered, theMercuryHouseOne is sleek pod-like lounge by ItalianArchitecture and Vision. Featuring the latest lighting, video, and sound technologies inside, this portable living capsule can be placed at any locale.
Floating Hotel by Sigge Architects
Envisioned for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, this luxuriousfloating hotel is Sigge Architects’ creation. Off-grid, stylish and curvaceous, it was designed as an alternative accommodation for soccer enthusiasts visiting the Arab state during the huge football event.