Well who would have thought that a modular home might provide an eco-friendly solution to suburbia’s lack of identity, New World Home and Hearst Magazines announced today a partnership for the Country Living Collection of historically inspired “country” modular homes that feature USGBC LEED® certification.
Moving forward by looking back – New World Home – a developer of sustainable housing, has created a line of new green modular homes that are a convergence of historically inspired design, next generation green products and practices and a highly efficient manufacturing process.
And this from PRNewswire:
New World Home, a rapidly growing developer of sustainable housing, is dedicated to fulfilling the convergence of historically inspired design, next generation green products and practices and ultra-efficient manufacturing technologies to produce the New Old Green Modular® (NOGM®) home platform. The Country Living Collection will offer homeowners classic country style and a high performance home that exceeds the building industry’s most stringent green standards.
“Country Living is one of the most successfully licensed brands in the Hearst portfolio and we are thrilled about this partnership with New World Home,” says Brown. “We know that Country Living consumers are passionate about the environment and these homes will enable each of them to experience affordable green living and the County Living brand no matter where they live.”
The number one selling home magazine on newsstands, Country Living reaches more than 11 million consumers per month with approachable lifestyle content on decorating, gardening, entertaining, travel and more.