Zero Energy House
Beyond the wild angles and incredible lighting design, this place is also notable for the fact that it's engineered to produce more energy than it uses. The project was a collaboration between the architecture firm Snøhetta and an energy research center, and is complete with unique eco-friendly details like a sloped solar paneled roof, passive sun shades, and a geothermal well. If this is what going green looks like, we're all in.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor, and would do very bad things in exchange for the Balint House.