New World Home brings modular technology and sustainability to traditional home design, and, as far as traditional is concerned, these homes are quite nice. So when you think about it, the collaboration between Country Living magazine and New World Home is perfect.
Recently, the pair introduced the Country Living Collection of LEED-certified, country style homes available nationally, and Country Living selected New World Home to build the 2010 House of the Year.
If you in the New York area, the modular House of the Year – it’s the Hudson design in the Country Living Collection – will be on display in New York City at the World Financial Center starting on June 4, 2010.
After the open house in New York through June 17, the Hudson will make its way to Vernon, New Jersey, where it will become a design center for the magazine. The 1,600 square-foot cottage has two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a massive wrap-around porch, and all sorts of green elements. Also, look for interior design by Katie Ridder.
If you’re interested in seeing how these homes come together, make sure to check out Green Build Post (disclosure: one of our prior advertisers). Justin Dubrow is documenting the build of a New World Home in The Hamptons.
These green modular homes range in size from about 1,100 to 2,300 square feet and in price from about $175 to $225 per square foot. New World Home is legitimate with its integrated, whole-house approach to green building and already has three LEED Platinum certifications (check these three).
Media credit: New World Home.
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