Friday, May 17, 2013

Bonneville Homes Featured at Montreal International Design Show

The Montreal International Design Show will, for the first time in its 25 year history, will have a modular home on display.

The Pur-Z model from Bonneville Industries is a red cedar-clad home with clean, contemporary lines and a Zen vibe.
 
The house is one of many attractions for visitors to the design show, which is open to the general public on May 25 and 26.

The two-level house, developed as part of a new high-end Pur series by Bonneville Industries, builder of pre-fabricated homes, and the Montreal architectural firm Blouin Tardif, features a modular structure that, as Bonneville co-president Eric Bonneville explained in an interview, lends itself to factory construction.

The Pur-Z, as this high-end prefabricated modular home is called, is to be unveiled at the design show. The home’s two bedrooms are on the main floor, with the master bedroom opening onto a private terrace; the principal living space, an open area featuring a living room, kitchen and dining area, is upstairs on the second floor.

The house, which has a $450,000 price tag, is one of five homes in the Pur series. The interior can be customized, Bonneville explained; the configuration of the rooms can be changed, for instance, as well as the windows.

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