James and Mau Architects integrated bioclimatic design into the Manifesto House using 85% recycled and reused materials, non-polluting constructive systems, and renewable energy. Essentially, the house adapts form and positioning to accommodate its energetic needs. It's based on a prefabricated and modular design, with an ability to "dress and undress" itself, thanks to ventilated external solar covers on the walls and roof. James and Mau are always at the forefront of sustainable design, and the Manifesto House is no exception.

[via Ignant]