The personal steel home of the project General Contractor, the 3030 home was meant to create an open floor plan and maximize interior space of the 30′ by 30′ site footprint. Value engineering was made possible on this custom prefabricated steel home by choosing to leave certain building components exposed, and made visually appealing by combining different materials, textures, and colors. Open web bar joists exposed in lower levels are complimented by the warmth of reclaimed barn wood for the flooring substrate above.
An achievement of prefabrication and modern and efficient building methods, the 3030 home is also extremely thermally efficient due to EcoSteel’s insulated panels: R32 roof and R24 pre-insulated steel roof and wall panels.
- Approx. 2,000 sq. feet of interior space
- Approx. 200 sq. feet of porch and balcony space
- Exceeds energy code by 60% simply by using EcoSteel
- Interior contemporary/ industrial look with exposed, unpainted steel beams
- Vast Open Spaces, Allowing Flexibility in Usage
- Architect: Greg LaVardera