Danish architect Bjarke Ingels lives on a ferry in the Copenhagen harbor. He thinks it’s important to be connected to the outdoors. His designs feature large windows with the clearest glass. Ingels believes that architects have the power to create a better world. He designed the world’s cleanest waste-to-energy power plant for CopenHill Power. The plant produces power from waste and does not emit toxins. It even has a ski slope built on top of it.