A new age of housing is approaching us in the form of a biodegradable house. These new houses are designed to be eco-friendly in every aspect and ultimately gives back to the environment. The house takes what it needs and gives back the same amount. This new idea is a step in the right direction in order to protect our environment, but what if the person is still living in the house when it starts degrading? Who would want a house that would just collapse on them after some time living in it? It seems like it would be a marketing scheme where you buy one house and then you have to buy another and another. Well that problem was somewhat solved by adding in the idea that the building would collapse after being abandoned for ten years. This means that the person living there may have to continually replace specific parts of the building over time. It may not seem very attractive to the modern middle class to live in, but this is just what we need for public housing for refugees or other people who need homes. New biodegradable cities could spring up to house these people and when they eventually move out or the population goes down, these buildings will take care of themselves by returning the city to a fertile rural area.