Gallery: Gorgeous Green Homes From Turkel & Lindal Cedar Homes

 
Turkel Design came up with nine predesigned homes for the Dwell Homes Collection in a partnership with Lindal Cedar Homes, who puts together the kits to build the homes.

The Dwell Homes Collection is a partnership between Turkel Design, who designs the homes and Lindal Cedar Homes, who assembles the materials and delivers them to the site of the home. Like all Lindal Cedar homes, the houses are designed with energy efficiency in mind, all the parts and pieces for the home are delivered in a kit to minimize shipping, and then they are built on-location by a local contractor. For the Dwell Homes Collection, Turkel Design walks the client through the entire design process to come up with perfect home for their lives, family and location.

The contemporary homes combine modern design with a warm and approachable look. Exposed beams, wood accents, and lots of natural daylight set these homes apart from other prefab homes. Turkel Design has prepared nine different pre-designed homes from 1,700 sq ft up to almost 3,000 sq ft that can be bought off the shelf as-is. Each home was designed with a specific family in mind in various types of building locations – smaller two bedroom retirement homes, family homes for urban infill lots, vacation homes, and homes that can even fit in with the most traditional of neighborhoods.

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  1. Jasmin Malik Chua October 1, 2010 at 1:58 pm

    I love these modern silhouettes so much! Oh house of my dreams, I have found you!

  2. Andrew Michler October 1, 2010 at 1:34 pm

    I must admit I have found Lindal’s designs long in the tooth. In Colorado they are a dime a dozen but this looks great.

  3. Diane Pham Diane Pham October 1, 2010 at 1:34 pm

    these are beautiful. also like the effort on the part of the co to make the homes “more dense while including a lot of functionality”. there’s no reason for anyone, especially a modernist, to be living in anything gargantuan.

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