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Last week, Method set a custom two-story, 2,300 square foot modular home on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Designed by Group Architect, the modern and efficient three-bedroom, two-bathroom prefab was set in one day.
The home, situated on a tight waterfront lot, was constructed with cantilevers over the foundation to fit within the site’s buildable footprint. Features include Henry Blueskin wrap, cement fiber board and cedar siding combination with rainscreen application, a Daikin Altherma air to water heat pump that services hydronic radiant heat and domestic hot water, a standing seam metal roof, pre-wiring for solar power, pine tongue and groove soffits, custom maple cabinets, strand-woven engineered bamboo floors, custom Italian tile from Statements Tile, and low VOC paints, finishes, and adhesives. The house also has 400 square feet of decks to take advantage of the idyllic waterfront location. This and all Method projects are built using sustainable methods that minimize waste, impact to the site, and prevent the home from having exposure to the elements by building off site at Method’s Ferndale, WA factory location.