Catering to the need of a pleasant and welcoming environment for the scholars visiting Eskisehir, Turkey, the idea of this green flophouse popped up. The “Aral Courtyard Sustainability House” as it is called is a short-term guest housing that offers luxury in the lap of sustainability. The structure that was a wine factory once incorporates nine different sized residential units, a courtyard, a storage/utility facility and a lounge/bar today. Tilted walls to grab as much solar energy make up the interiors, while massive solar skylights brings in solar radiations during the day and releases them during night, reducing the difference between day and night temperatures. Protecting the structure from north-winds, curb water run-off, in addition to preventing the city heat build-up and release oxygen is the green roof to the north. The glazed north openings not only prevent heat loss through windows, but also add to the aesthetics of the stunning structure.