A partnership between Skylab Architecture and Method Homes resulted in Homb, a new kind of green home that’s completely modular and built in a factory. Seattle-based Method Homes is the pre-fabricated builder. The design minimizes waste and recycling needs at the factory. All of Method’s designs emphasize sustainable buildings including nontoxic materials, insulation to improve efficiency and other water and energy conservation measures.
A modular design is an intelligent choice. It leads to maximized efficiencies and allows for a uniquely flexible model of scale. HOMB is based on 100-square-foot triangular modules that can be configured and easily expanded upon. HOMB’s unusual economy of space and array of interior finish options are designed to work in harmony to create a living environment that’s every bit as cozy as it is pragmatic. In addition, uniquely unified connections between indoor/outdoor living mean a bit more nature at your feet and an overall healthier place to spend your time.
Designed by Skylab Architecture