Imagine a house that you assemble close to the seaside in summer and in the mountains when the winter comes. Wouldn’t that be cool? Well somewhere along those lines, one of the largest property developers in Malaysia, Sime Darby Property, has commissioned Broadway Malyan to come up with the plans for South East Asia’s first carbon zero residence. Prefabricated in modules, the house not only keeps costs down it also allows for a speedy construction/deconstruction process. Featuring deep overhangs that provide shade, open, flexible interior spaces to accommodate a variety of uses, a greywater system to reuse water and a green roof garden with a rainwater capture system for irrigation, we can tell for sure we wouldn’t mind living in such an eco house. (via JetsonGreen)