The Industrial Revolution, driven by oil and other fossil fuels, leads to a dangerous end: energy and food prices have skyrocketed, unemployment remains high, private and public debt are rising, and also unemployment is rising. Recovery of the economy is delayed. Faced with the prospect of a second collapse of the global economy, humanity is desperately seeking a viable economic plan for the future. This diploma thesis attempts to outline this new economic model through the design of a series of fully prefabricated shells of life. Different installation scenarios have been studied in various geographies as well as the possibility of endless multiplication of these, depending on the needs of the users. Internet technology and renewable energy converge to create the "Third Industrial Revolution". What is exciting is the idea of hundreds of millions of people to produce their own green energy in their homes, offices and factories and share it with each other through an "energy Internet" in exactly the same way we now create and share Information on the Internet. In the same way people plan their dream homes when they are hosted on online platforms, turning them into active members in the design. Finally, the present work brings shape and life to a small population settlement, which will be able to be installed in any place anywhere, as it is born from the aforementioned prefabricated shells. If you consider some of the challenges of our time, such as the growing population, increasing urbanization, lack of resources, the growing global food crisis, and reducing global CO2 emissions, a settlement combining the best features of urban life and living in the countryside, within the framework of a harmonized future society, is a necessity.