Eco Homes of the Future? – Fold, a house designed by students from the Technical University of Denmark, has walls and a ceiling with adjustable angles to maximize its solar panels' exposure to the sun.
Canopea (France) – This two-story house won the architecture contest.
Inside Canopea – It is not meant to be an entire house but rather the top floors of low-rise buildings that can act as a communal area.
Ecolar (Germany) – Ecolar saves energy by using hemp in its walls to create better insulation and clay plates on the ceiling to absorb heat.
Inside Ecolar – Floor-to-ceiling storage hides clutter, including the refrigerator.
Counter Entropy House (Germany) – This house has panels on its facade made out of polished and melted CDs.
Inside Counter Entropy House – The team used salvaged beams and wood from the university's stadium in the house.
Patio 2.12 (Spain) – Team Andalucia's patio is an indoor-outdoor center of its prefabricated home that links other rooms to be added on.
Inside Patio 2.12 – Light filters into the patio through the patterns on the walls and ceiling.