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This all-electric, energy-efficient home, targeting LEED for Homes Platinum certification, combines sleek and elegant lines with pure and warm finishes. With an open floor plan, rooftop deck and expansive walls of glass that just simply “slide away”, Greenfab's Aurora home truly creates “open-air living” for those wanting to connect with views and the natural world.
The Greenfab Aurora home fuses the clean lines and simple textures of mid-century modernism with today's beautifully engineered materials and technology to create the home of the future. Warm-toned woods have been paired with cool-toned ceramic tiles to clearly distinguish living areas from bath areas. White painted walls help to accentuate the natural character of these materials and splashes of bright color arouse an inner sense for adventure and fantasy.
Greenfab's Aurora home is ideal for a couple or small family wanting to live in a more urban environment. Babyboomers looking to downsize and move closer to community amenities will also be attracted to this home. The buyers of this home are well-educated, tech savvy and are looking for a more efficient, healthy and cost-effective way to live. The buyers of the Auroral home tend to buy natural or organic foods, travel extensively and want their home to function “ahead of the times”.