The Michael Jantzen M House is the newest addition to his collection of sustainable eco-architectural masterpieces. The literal green house was designed to function as either a private vacation retreat or a hi-tech resort complex.
It is powered by sustainable energy sources such as sun and wind energy and is completely self-sufficent. According to Hype Beast, the house was "built from his pronounced M-vironment system [and] consists of a series of rectangular panels that are attached with hinges to an open space frame grid of seven interlocking cubes."
Implications - In response to the eco movement, architects and designers are adopting sustainable eco-friendly alternatives to modern structures. Consumers concerned with the state of the environment are looking for private spaces, retail spaces, or even offices that reflect this concern.
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