Take a look at the prefabricated homes designed by LivingHomes, the company that established the Amazon-backed startup, Plant Prefab.
The world of prefab has been abuzz with the news that Amazon’s Alexa Fund is investing in Plant Prefab, a Southern Californian startup that builds prefab homes using sustainable construction processes and materials.
The company was originally established in 2016 as an offshoot of LivingHomes, a design and development company that’s built dozens of award-winning prefabs—including the nation’s first LEED Platinum home. After outsourcing their construction for years, LivingHomes CEO Steve Glenn explains, “We realized that if a factory was set up to turn out high-quality construction, it would solve our needs plus the needs of other developers.”
LivingHomes is thrilled to expand their opportunity to design even smarter homes. “We are really excited to work with Amazon and integrate their great smart home technology into our homes,” says Glenn. “Smart home technology is an increasingly popular feature in all our homes.”
Below, we take a look at some of the modern, eco-friendly homes created by LivingHomes.
LivingHomes at Atwater Village
Location: Atwater Village, Los Angeles
Size: 1,800 square feet | 3 beds | 3 baths
LivingHomes at Atwater Village was the company’s first development project. Consisting of six town homes and an office building, all of the units are certified LEED Platinum—the first homes in Los Angeles under $1,000,ooo to be given this status at the time.
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