At the summit of technological development we recognize when looking on environment indicators such as the Global Footprint, that we are far off from having the right methods to produce globally in a sustainable way. The production of daily goods and those we need for housing cannot be separated. Searching for the reasons of today's human-nature incompatibility, it seems like oppressing nature is a characteristic of cultural progress. New biological sciences could show a way out of the 'abiotic production problem', when transforming biology into a new powerful production technology. In a long-term view, whole buildings and most of the products we need to live inside them could grow in a sustainable way. As living organisms, our future homes could come along with many other advantages. The designing process of these biological habitats must base on applied methods of life sciences, when identifying as much existing biological functions, or 'biological bricks', as possible and combining them to a whole new organism, regarding known specifics of biological systems. Then, this work tries to reflect possibly changed requirements on housing and living in a society, producing and settling biologically.