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.
BONE Structure® breaks ground on first project in Los Angeles with award winning Architect Dan Brunn and Dwell.
BONE-ing Up on Design + Performance
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.
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.
June 23, 2016, EcoWatch
Mark Z. Jacobson’s new digs is the perfect home for the prominent renewable energy advocate.
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.
June 16, 2016, Silicon Valley Business Journal
Inside BONE Structure’s quest to transform the industry.
Despite big advances in technology and construction materials, homebuilding in the United States has remained remarkably stable over the years. A Canadian company just gaining momentum in the massive California market is trying to change that.