Since its inception in 1984, The New American Home
has been designed and built to demonstrate concepts, materials, designs and construction techniques that can be replicated in housing built any place and in any price range.
Project: The New American Home
2006, Lake Burden at the Lakes of Windermere, Orlando, Fla.; Size: Approximately 9,500 square feet (6,981 square feet conditioned); Builder: Hannigan Homes, Orlando; Architect: WCI Architecture & Land Planning/WCI Communities, Bonita Springs, Fla.; Interior designer/Merchandiser: Saxon-Clark, Orlando; Landscape architect: Redmon Design Co., Maitland, Fla.; Consultants: IBACOS Consortium (Building America/U.S.
Hardware Retailing spoke with NAHB's Tucker Bernard, director of The New American Home
program, to ask about the top building and design trends in the home.
We re proud to be a part of The New American Home
2014, said David Meyers, vice president of sales and distribution, residential & light commercial systems, Carrier.
The New American Home
2007, the 24th iteration of the show's premier idea house project, will be a "contemporary Craftsman" built on an infill site in the Lake Eola Heights Historic District of downtown Orlando, two blocks from the lake itself and about 15 minutes from the OCCC.
These and other measures meet the guidelines of the Florida Green Building Coalition, making The New American Home
2006 the first in the program's history to achieve that distinction.
High on the list is the New American Home
2006, built by my good friend and one of our association's builder directors, Alex Hannigan (president of Hannigan Homes; see "Show House Tour Guide," page 20).
EDITOR'S NOTE: THE NEW AMERICAN HOME
2004 show home was listed on Friday, Jan.
If at first glance The New American Home
's lack of dentil moldings and second-story dormers appears to belie its moniker, you only need look a bit closer to see how it truly earns that distinction ...
Among the major rooms of The New American Home
2004, only the kitchen and master suite have dedicated or obvious purposes.
THE NEW AMERICAN HOME
2004 was pitched to the builder as a concrete home.
IF SOME BUILDERS AND SALES PROFESSIONALS view The New American Home
2004 as a tough sell to the mainstream, they're probably right.