BONE Structure - Project 16-693 - Hybrid

Not your Ordinary Home in Oakland Hills

Press Release – Oakland Hills, California, February 28, 2017 – BONE Structure invites the media and visitors to an Open House event March 4th from 10am to 6pm at 6226 Acacia Avenue in Oakland Hills.

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BONE Structure launches its Real Estate Marketplace with BONE Living

Press Release – Laval, Quebec, CANADA – February 1st, 2017 – BONE Structure®, Canadian designer and builder of luxury custom homes, using a proprietary patented light steel frame building technology, launches BONE Living, a Real Estate Marketplace that brings together new developments, unique lots and INCOMPARABLE homes, while showcasing the possibilities and creativity of the BONE Structure® building system.

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Project 15-461

St-Donat Project on Contemporist.com

On January 14, 2017, photos from our well-known Project 15-461 in St-Donat have been featured on the website Contemporist.com.

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12-249

Project 12-249 Featured on ArchDaily

ArchDaily | 12-249 Laurentians Home | January 10, 2017

Quebec is known worldwide for its picturesque landscapes and natural beauty – and along the horizon a new technology is disrupting how North Americans are building their homes. At the forefront of high-performance custom homes lies BONE Structure®, a company devoted to designing and building energy efficient steel structure homes.

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Project 15-644 - Bridge House

BONE Structure breaks ground in Los Angeles

Press Release

BONE Structure® breaks ground on first project in Los Angeles with award winning Architect Dan Brunn and Dwell.

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Professional Builder | November 2016

High Performance, High Design

BONE-ing Up on Design + Performance

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Project 15-580

Luxurious net-zero Stanford home features an earthquake-resistant steel frame

July 21, 2016, Inhabitat

When Stanford Professor Mark Jacobson wanted an energy-efficient home that he could customize to his liking, he set his sights on the Quebec-based company BONE Structure.

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Palo Alto Online | Federico Hernandez, a carpenter with Wilkinson Construction, installs window supports in the BONE Structure house under construction on June 20. Photo by Veronica Weber.

How fab can prefab be?

June 24, 2016, Palo Alto Online

Weekend tours to expose bare-bones construction of net-zero home

Most house tours offer an opportunity to check out picture-perfect interior designs and architecture.

At this weekend’s tours of California’s first BONE Structure prefab home on the Stanford University campus, visitors will be exposed to anything but the latest interior finishes and are advised to wear closed shoes: They will be touring the construction zone of a steel-beamed prefab house shipped down from Canada — its bones still exposed as design company BONE Structure finishes its assembly.

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Project 15-580

Stanford Professor’s New Zero-Net Energy Home Sets the Standard for Green Living

June 23, 2016, EcoWatch

Mark Z. Jacobson’s new digs is the perfect home for the prominent renewable energy advocate.

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Project 15-580

Stanford Professor’s Unusual Prefab Home Is Made of Steel

June 17, 2016, Curbed San Francisco

This green prefab abode, which took only weeks to build, is make of steel and uses soy-based foam for insulation.

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