Open views to the Mexican nature, isolated, with incredible mirrored walls, the Casa Etérea by Prashant Ashoka is a solar-powered gateway cabin that, after staying there, goes back to modern life, is not seen as an option. Moreover, the residents located in Central Mexico on an extinct volcano, the glass-walls cabin foundation built on the locally sourced rocks. The Casa Etérea is entirely self-sustained, running over solar power and rainwater collected, spreading over an 807-square foot of magnificent architecture. The large floor merged with the ceiling windows in areas of the home, creating "theatre to nature," which Ashoka called it. The porch houses a sunken hot tub that landscaping the nature views, creating a more sensational feeling. Only $358 for a minimum two-night stay, and a 20-minute drive from the San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, you'll get yourself a perfect gateway.