Triangular Modules Create Sharp-angled Modern House

OregonLive informs MHProNews Method Homes and Skylab Architecture have partnered on the modular HOMB House, a series of 100 square foot triangular modules that fit together like a honeycomb. With four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, the house in Portland, OR has 2,700 square plus an excavated basement of 1,200 square feet. Skylab founder Jeff Kovel says it’s not just designing a home but creating a home-building system that can have different applications. Method Homes co-founder Brian Abramson says the total cost is $225 a square foot, which includes site preparation, set, and finish. HOMB relies on sustainable materials including Forest Stewardship Council-certified lumber, energy-efficient HVAC, low-flow faucets, and LED dimmable lights. The modules themselves run $170 a square foot.

(Photo credit: Doug Beghtel/The Oregonian)

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