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  • Front Exterior

    Front ExteriorThe 2014 Greenbuild LivingHome offers a relaxed modern look as well as top-notch performance, including meeting requirements for LEED v4 Platinum and ENERGY STAR v3, as well as incorporating many Cradle to Cradle products and criteria from the new International WELL Building Institute’s certification program.

  • Living and Dining Room

    Living and Dining RoomA wide-open layout offers clean sight lines and a modern feel. Direct access to the home’s two porches from the dining room helps to meld indoor and outdoor living spaces and caters to the lifestyle of residents in New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward, where the home will ultimately be placed in a Make It Right neighborhood.

  • Kitchen

    KitchenBecause the home will ultimately be sold through Make It Right’s recovery program, products included had to meet rigorous standards for sustainability, durability, and affordability.

  • Master Bedroom

    Master Bedroom

    The home’s plan is based on LivingHomes’ CK5 model, which was then altered to better accommodate the needs of the Lower 9th Ward. Changes included incorporating a pitched roof instead of a flat roof, adding hurricane-resistant features, and opting for windows instead of glass doors to improve durability, among others.

  • Partner: Cradle to Cradle

    Bridgett Luther, president, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute

  • Partner: Make It Right

    Tom Darden, executive director, Make It Right

  • Partner: LivingHomes

    Steve Glenn, CEO, LivingHomes