Building materials now include fiber-enhanced concrete, flexible panels, fiberglass, 3D printed assemblies, insulation, and fire-retardant alternatives. Durable finishes for floors, counter tops, cabinets and wall decoration have also benefited from material developments. However, any home is more than its constituent parts; it is a major purchase whose value is affected by human and environmental considerations. Since a modular compact or tiny home may come from a factory and arrive on wheels, it should not be confused with a large vehicle that cannot retain value due to mileage wear or the product/user profile.
Our engineers work with research facilities and vendor partners to identify materials that address environmental, fire, climate, and fabrication issues. Construction cost is balanced against functionality.
Supplemented/City Connected Services
Power, water, and gas systems designed to supplement available services or provide independent operation. Built-in adaptability to suit site conditions and provide ease of use.
Smart home appliances, lighting, security, personal assistance, and maintenance systems are all part of our research. In development are systems providing predictive conditioning and enhanced valuation.
Choice/Modular Structural Components
Applying advanced insulated panels with self-aligning interlocking systems, tilt-up and drop-off modules, our designs support adaptable layouts and expansion at the destination site.
Retention/Higher Quality Finishing
Value retention and longer warranty support are engineered into our homes by applying durable finishes, damage-resistant surfaces, comprehensive QC and connected predictive maintenance systems.
Small home space utilization without relegating comfort is critical to the design. Our team works with multi-axis furniture, and innovative fold-away fixtures to find the right blend.