LivingHomes has just announced the launch of yet three more prefabricated LEED Platinum-worthy homes. The CK4, CK5, and CK7 homes are all based on the the C6 — the first affordable LivingHome introduced earlier this year — and they are modeled for urban infill lots. Better yet, CK homes are cheaper to build than conventional homes in cities such as LA, San Francisco and New York. Two of the three homes are modern double stories and all of them can be constructed within two months and assembled on site within one day.
“The CKs are a breakthrough product line for LivingHomes,” said Steve Glenn, CEO of LivingHomes. “…we can build a LivingHome CK4 in Los Angeles for under $195/square foot (sf) versus $220/sf+ that a non-architectural, non-sustainably designed site-built home costs to build here. And we build a higher quality home in half the time!”
The CK4 is a two-story home with three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, with a flexible square footage plan; the CK7 is also a double story home with the same amount of rooms, except it is larger with a footprint of up to 2,230 feet; CK5 is a single level three bedroom home with 2.5 bathrooms. And this is some of what they share: sustainable cook floors and timber detailing, floor to ceiling glass windows, clerestory windows, and finally, like all LivingHomes, each house in the CK series boasts Zero Energy, Zero Water, Zero Emissions, Zero Carbon, Zero Waste, and Zero Ignorance.
Images of the Home Depot LivingHome in Palm Springs, Flickr