The interior of the home boasts curved walls and minimal furniture. When the architecture is this interesting why detract from it with a cluttered living space? This next room gets it just right…
The Blue Crest model (shown below) consists of two modules resulting in a 4-bedroom 2 1/2-bath residence that includes a screened porch a garage and a deck:
The home gym and a wine tasting room add to the value of the residence while a modern kitchen and spacious dining room complete the home. Easy on the eyes and ravishing to the core the home is a perfect amalgamation of classic 1892 architectural elements with modern open design and stylish interiors. This is truly a lesson in stunningly seamless renovations!
Many of the Paradigm dwelling features celebrate the environment including a solar panel rainwater collector rainwater tank greenhouse composting unit with waterless toilet and Energy Star appliances. Not to mention each home has a super insulated shell.
Paradigm is available in a range of sizes from studio to three-bedroom dwellings. As stated on the Bogue Trondowski site “The homes are designed to be energy and water Net Zero and are targeting LEED Platinum the Passivhaus Standard and 6 of the 7 petals of the Living Building Challenge once designs are adjusted for site specific conditions.” Yep they’re eco-friendly!
With a tagline like “affordable by design” it’s hard not to be curious about ma Modular homes. The company’s mission: to make modern design accessible. In fact their modular homes are half the price of other modular homes on the market! These green homes arrive in 180 days. Not a bad turnaround time right? The price starts at $140 per square foot.
Can you see yourself living in a house on wheels? Would it be difficult for you to downsize or would you find the experience liberating? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…