We are  proposing an architecture that will facilitate introspection and contemplation rather than distraction and representation.
We design homes that provides clean water, clean air, clean food, clean energy and inspiring spaces. Imagine you can easily grow your own food and live in your bright and worm garden regardless your geographic location. Your organic waste will be transformed in biogas and fertilizer for your garden. Your photo-voltaic glass facade or the building's geothermal power plant will produce clean electric power.  
Simplicity opens a space to the experience of perception; it is self-disclosing. Symmetry, the unadorned honesty of raw material, the banishing of tricks; in this way, we become aware of those things that are usually overlooked: the quiet  perambulation  of  sunlight on a  bare  wall,  a constant  reminder, like  the anonymous skull on a medieval scholar's  desk, of the fate that awaits us all.
Modular prefabricated solar farms can facilitate sustainable communities. The construction materials are the subject of customization so they respond to various aesthetic tastes. These buildings are collecting, circulating, purifying and recycling rain water. The green-house concept is used for ensuring a constant temperature during the entire year with little energy consumption. The glass is photo-voltaic so there will be no need for grid energy expenditures. All the food necessary for a family and, as a source of income, a surplus of food will be produce by the aquaponic system. All the organic waste will be transformed in biogas for heating the space and fertilizer for the indoor farm.
Because we consider the architectural object to be a substantial presence, in its material manifestation and its persistence in time, we would like to minimize those architectural gestures that define a space according to habituated absurdities of its epoch. I will like to take responsibility for arranging matter in such a way that is indifferent to trends, to conveniently fabricated values and obstinate cultural inheritance.
Our towers are offering the possibility for total customization of the interior space of each garden apartment. In this particular example we developed a special structure that eliminates the necessity of columns and interior walls. 
This is a symbiotic building build of cross-laminated timber {CTL] and photovoltaic glass. There is a total of only 40 distinct elements that compose these modular buildings. 
Food production in your home for the family and for your neighbors is empowering and gives you a strong sense of purpose and belonging to a community. Symbiotica is proposing the most efficient, cost effective and customization habitat for the new challenges we will be facing in the near future: a container house in a commercial grade glass greenhouse. The greenhouse home is addressing the most relevant individual and socio-economic problems: air and water pollution with pesticides, water shortage, energy shortage, food shortage, fundamental shortcomings in the preparation and distribution of food traditional agriculture methods, unemployment, social alienation, poverty, mental and body health.
Wood, cob and straw are forming a comfortable space without bringing noxious artificial matter into a precious natural environment.