Innovative steel home assembly process delivers precision, high efficiency
A Quebec company is transforming the home building industry, one set of ‘bones’ at a time. BONE Structure, the brainchild of former Bombardier executive Marc Bovet, is finding a receptive market for its patented steel construction technology that enables energy efficient residential homes to be assembled with precision.
Innovation and Sustainable Construction Arrives to Catskills, New York
CATSKILL, NEW YORK – Thursday, October 11th – WILDER Group has selected to build their 14-luxury home community at the foot of the Windham Mountain Resort with BONE Structure’s proprietary patented light steel frame building technology.
Northumberland News | Septembre 2018
Futuristic steel-frame design means less waste, more energy efficient and larger windows
NEWTONVILLE — At the very eastern edge of Durham Region, 28 luxury homes are being built with a futuristic new process that’s kinder to the environment. The massive, modern homes are built with steel pieces manufactured off-site, using a process that is similar to how cars and airplanes are made.
FLO becomes the official charging station of BONE Structure
LAVAL, September 26, 2018 — FLO and BONE Structure are proud to announce a new partnership to bring electric vehicle charging to the home of the future. FLO Home has been selected by BONE Structure to be the official charging station of their homes.
The Oshawa Express | Septembre 2018
Marc Bovet of BONE Structure has teamed up with Rick and Shawn Rondeau of Fourteen Estates to bring a new breed of home to Durham Region.
Studio B Style | May 2018
The first I’d heard Takashi Yanai’s name was in Minnesota. Someone mentioned his name to me and spelled it out so I could look it up. His work is forward thinking and very inspiring. It’s modern and warm at the same time – a mix between contemporary and urban organic styles.
The Architect’s Newspaper | April 2018
Half a block south of Los Angeles’s ritzy Hancock Park neighbourhood, a secret underground stream that draws its water from the mountains of Griffith Park runs across the backyards of several unassuming homes. On a quizzical block where each house provides a corresponding bridge to span the stream, Los Angeles-based architect Dan Brunn is busy erecting a 200-foot-long house that doubles as its own bridge.
Magazine Forces | March 2018
Ouvrant des possibilités jusque-là inimaginables, l’entreprise lavalloise BONE Structure a conçu une armature en acier léger, sans murs porteurs, ce qui ouvre l’espace et la possibilité de fenêtres immenses pour accueillir la lumière. De quoi faire rêver les bâtisseurs de cathédrales !