After nine bids on eBay, some lucky duck ended up with a reclaimed prefab for $75,100. The prefab was built by Reclaimed Space for Dwell on Design and the proceeds went to both Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles and Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity. Ecofabulous created the interior using a number of stylish, green products. According to the eBay listing, this 400 square foot home included the following:
- Prefab houses don't work.
- New lives for old buildings.
- Does green building have to break the bank?
- San Francisco enacts mandatory composting law.
- Six bright ideas for the future of energy.
- Who killed Gordon Brown's eco-towns?
- Innovations in sustainable site technology.
- Mature trees (and wildlife habitat) demolished for 'green' building parking lot.
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San Antonio-based LionForce built this efficient home as a prototype for their ecoLiving System — a web-based configurator that will help homeowners design homes and build them through a national network of certified building partners. LionForce says their homes are efficient, healthy, low-maintenance, quickly constructed, and cost effective. This first prototype home, the T-2 home, has already received a 2009 Green Building Award from the City of San Antonio (in the custom home under 2,200 square feet category).