This warm and modern prefab home came in around 2400 sq. ft., but did feel much larger thanks to wide doorways, enormous windows and a generous floor plan. The purpose of the home was to show the building industry that green, modular home construction can be physically and financially attainable. You can read more on the home's Z6 Goal Program (Zero Waste, Water, Energy, Emissions, Carbon & Ignorace), sustainable certifications and construction specs at the Living Homes site. This innovative start up is offering builders two lines of single and multi-family designs that result in healthier, happier homes that have a dramatically smaller ecological footprint than most new homes.
For now, we'd like to share some of our favorite design attributes of this spacious and sustainable home. We loved the open, yet very sturdy staircase, the open shelving in front of the kitchen window allowing storage without sacrificing the view, the fun and inspired kids room using low VOC chalkboard paint, the sustainable furnishings and the wide doorways with solid wheatcore doors.
Builder: Living Homes
Architect: Kieran Timberlake
Interior Design: Color Design Art