• The design for the Sherbourne home is multifaceted and places simultaneous focus on sustainability, color and space with design elements oriented in a way that takes full advantage of natural light and cross-ventilation.

• The polished concrete floor flows inside-out in an unobstructive manner which increases the home’s overall fluidity while blurring the lines between the interior and exterior courtyards.

• The home utilizes cutting edge fabrication methods which are made possible by mnmMOD, a sustainable building material that can yield ‘net zero’ efficiency.

• A suspended staircase of pleated raw steel ascends the second floor from the hallway.

• The Sherbourne home features separate spaces for each family member that, while private, all revolve around the core of the house.

• The living room, dining room and great room, the ceilings of which are all double story, overlook the in-ground pool in order to maximize space.

• The exterior courtyard is well-appointed and consists of a lounge area and fire pit, as well as a complete outdoor kitchen and dining room.

• The Sherbourne home truly excels at bringing the inside-out, or the outside-in.

• In addition to functionality, Minarc’s interest in simple, eco-conscious design is centered around creating a truly healthy environment throughout the entire home, and the mnmMOD building material plays a key role in helping the Sherbourne home attain this.

• mnmMOD is a new, highly-sustainable panelized building system developed by Minarc that features the economy and waste-reduction of pre-fab, while yielding ‘net zero’ efficiency along with a range of other construction and homeowner benefits.

• The mnmMOD system allows for a significant reduction of necessary manpower during construction, and further benefits builders due to its rapid construction process that entirely replaces traditional wood frame homebuilding techniques.