Striking steel canopy forming the main shelter, where eco home design is formed. Important in sandy hotspots, home of innovative canopy is designed to passively regulate the temperature of the house three times – first, to reflect sunlight and heat away from the house, second, to the shade house, and third, to act as a wind buffer, so that cooling air to blowing through the structure. The house is made from recycled materials, making the old new again, and also beautiful. Deep in the desert Pioneertown, California, this simple sustainable home designed by architect Lloyd Russell as the highest desert structures. The 1600-sq .- ft. main house features a rusty corrugated-steel walls with a contemporary, a wide area of glass slide open to bring the outside in and the interior cooler.