Let’s uphold the nature and be a part of it. Live with it, move and at last rest in its lap. The same principle applies to these architects named Steven Isaacs and Lisa Saville, who crafted a house keeping the environment in mind. Respect the nature and you will get the same in return, sounds philosophical, but that’s the rule of the jungle. The house is simple, but these two have tried to make the most out of the nature’s wealth. From bed rooms built on eight steel piers so that the building touches the early sunlight to the eco smart elegant butterfly roof that provides shade, draws in morning light and channels rainwater into 9000-litre water tanks. For more information on the project check the link below.