Dressed in zinc, mold design for this environmentally friendly house allows architects to incorporate sustainable technologies such as solar thermal systems and rain-water recycling system located in a green roof. Eco-story continues, with renewable energy sources supplying the home’s heating, electricity and water, and geothermal systems with high efficiency heat pump. Ready to ship and assemble wherever you choose to call “home,” the modern mold villa is part of a series that reflects the signature of a sharp and asymmetric crystal angle. This innovative 515m2, two floors with a basement is not a luxury villa on extra frugality, boasting four bedrooms, hidden behind the TV screen in the four-mirror bathroom, Jacuzzi and sauna, fireplace, aluminum-framed balcony, under floor heating, and Additional such as swimming pool or garage, and a wine cellar, ending with $ 2.8 million $ 4.2 price tag. Structure made mostly of wood, used for extraordinary storage capacity of carbon and responsible for a minimal carbon homes. “Mold” and “sustainable” are couples who go together like salt and pepper, but the architect Daniel Libeskind to do with adding a little spice in contemporary designs for The Villas.