Gallery: PHOTOS: Blu Homes Opens East Coast’s First Prefab Breezehouse ...

photo copyright Jill Fehrenbacher for Inhabitat
Each of the four interior corners of the Breezehouse wings features glass doors that open onto the front and back courtyards to increase natural light and airflow to the kitchen and bedrooms. Pulling in the outside landscape of the Hudson River Valley and making it a part of the interior aesthetic is at the heart of the Breezehouse's design.

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  1. markgmk22001 September 12, 2016 at 8:30 am
    I would like more info on your company. I am actively looking for land and want a modern style home. I like what I see on the website. Any literature or anything that would help I would appreciate it. Mark Gudo Po box 8023 Kingston, ny 12402
  2. Greenbee 2 January 30, 2015 at 7:04 pm
    I love your designs and your sustainable approach to building. I would like to know how I could work representing and selling your homes in my area. I have been a Real Estate Broker for many years here. Ultra contemporary design, which I always loved is finally appearing in this area. I see that your North Eastern home is LEED certified. I have Green Designation, and know that this is going to be the new wave in yo building I too had a thought, as commented in this blog, about how unsustainable it is to transport across the country. Is there a production plant on the East Coast?
  3. Marielle Rutherford August 5, 2013 at 6:09 am
    This is a home designed for CA. Pre-fab in due respect but I don't see what's ecological or "green" about shipping it across our large country to a climate radically different. It looks good in the snow but I realize the reality of those heating bills. Support your local businesses and remember we are the economy...