I know it looks crazy, but what you see up above is a photograph, not a conceptual render. That's "Level Green," a permanent installation in Volkswagen's Autostadt visitor center at their Wolfsburg, Germany factory built by Berlin-based J Mayer H architects. It's stuffed to the gills with auto parts displays and glossy vertical touchscreens where visitors can acquire more information about Volkswagen and the company's push to be green.
The installation was made mostly with sheets of wood composite and — appropriately — spray painted with car paint. Now if only it had the exterior of this Star Trek-looking building then we'd have a gen-u-wine sci-fi structure.
Check out more of Level Green in the gallery below.