15 September 2014

Made-In-Alaska House Featured in Home Show

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Meet "Bella" -- a house with a name and a purpose.

The 1,686-square-foot, two-story, single-family home was the star of the kickoff of the 50th annual Parade of Homes in Anchorage on Friday evening. Bella is the name of the floor plan for the home, part of an ongoing 40-acre condominium development by the Peterson Group, but it's also billed as the "Made-in-Alaska House" -- because this particular Bella has been built with as many Alaska-made and -sourced products as possible.

The house features Alaska-made insulation, foundations, windows, tiles, countertops, cabinets, furniture, artwork and lighting in an effort to showcase locally made building materials.

Follow the link to see the slide show.  

I was interested just to see how many of the components were actually manufactured here in-state. Cool stuff.


PioneerPreppy said...

Did they follow the totally made in Alaska rule or was assembled enough for them like with American made vehicles :)

Rev. Paul said...

I'm not sure, Preppy; the article didn't specify.

Chickenmom said...

Nice home but they are too close together. They each need a little bit more elbow room!

Rev. Paul said...

Unfortunately, Chickenmom, "zero lot-line" developments are common here. Anchorage is land-locked, and running out of land to build on.