Imagine a building structure that generates more energy than it uses. Belgian architect Vincet Callebaut has designed a 420 ft tower that is jam packed with dairy farms and gardens. In addition, the structure is designed to house restaurants, gyms, offices, and homes. The forest looking structure is more like a block containing a community of Eco-towers.
The framework of these tower blocks would essentially be made from wood and timber. Agricultural by-products will be turned into methane which generates the energy. That energy is then re-injected into the homes continuously. This sustainable architecture could be the future; think of it as a giant tree house for adults. Check out some photos below of this next-level structure.