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Brad Pitt's Make It Right Partners with LivingHomes

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LivingHomes, developers of sustainable, high-quality, factory-built homes, is launching a new low-cost model – with part of the proceeds benefiting Brad Pitt’s Make It Right foundation.

Called the C6 (a no-frills name if we ever saw one), the $179,000 prefab features three bedrooms and two baths covering 1,232 square feet. There’s also a pleasing courtyard that seamlessly blends the outdoor and indoor portions of the home.

According to CEO Steve Glenn, the C6 is the “first production home to feature Cradle to Cradle® inspired materials and a LEED Platinum level environmental program.” Other features, such as low-flow faucets, cork flooring, real-time energy feedback, and efficient electrical and cooling systems are all standard.

According to the release, the C6 can be fully constructed in less than two months and installed on-site in one day.

“We’re excited to partner with LivingHomes to help make well-designed, sustainable houses more affordable and available in other parts of the country,” said Tom Darden, Make It Right’s Executive Director.

For more on the C6 and LivingHomes, check out the official site. A gallery of the home is available below.

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  • lowimpactlife

    Definitely an interesting building that could be used in so many ways, either as an affordable option for building or even disaster relief efforts. Imagine being able to rebuild an entire neighborhood in a matter of months rather than years, and to replace old homes with these highly sustainable ones. Low Impact Life

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