Palo Alto Online | 24 juin 2016 | Article en anglais
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.
The Suburban | 15 juin 2016 | Article en anglais
Laval-based BONE Structure launched its first U.S. office this month. The Canadian designer and builder of luxury custom homes using a patented light steel frame building technology has set up shop in San Francisco, its tested and proven building system is a scalable solution to meet California’s 2020 Net Zero Energy (ZNE) new home building requirements.
Gizmag.com | 15 juin 2016 | Article en anglais
A home in Stanford, California, commissioned by a professor at the area’s esteemed university, will have a net zero energy usage once it has been built. That build process too, though, is low-impact, employing a recycled light steel frame that is quick to erect and easy to build upon.
Le 6 mai 2016, BONE Structure constituait « La bonne nouvelle économique TVA », suite à la diffusion de son communiqué de presse faisant état de l’ouverture officielle de son bureau satellite à San Francisco, en Californie.