Climate-responsive (passive) design is key to green buildings design and is based on the way a building moderates the climate for human good and well-being. Solar energy and wind energy can be effectively combined with climate-responsive design to produce electrical power by photovoltaic (PV) and wind turbines (WT). Today, urbanization and the increasingly dense populations of the world’s largest cities are pushing architects to reach for new heights in sustainable building skyscraper designs. But, there are a few green buildings in this world that capture the eye. This presentation provides a preview of Modern “eco-scrapers” that are bridging the gap between breathtaking building design and clean technological ingenuity .