The $600 million home is designed to be “beautiful, functional, and stylish.”
A “home with design in mind” and “one of the most advanced home systems in the world,” it’s built on a two-story “stretchable aluminum framework.”
The house is equipped with “stainless steel floors, an expansive, double-height walk-in closet, and two bedrooms.”
It’s built to withstand high winds, water, and snow.
It also has “a powerful electric system that can power the entire house,” so “you’ll never feel like you’re missing out on any of that energy.”
The interior design features “a natural-looking facade and beautiful wood paneling.”
The design includes a “wood-paneled kitchen” and a “natural-looking living room” that “gives you the illusion that you’re on a vacation home.”
And, of course, the house is “designed to inspire you with its minimalist yet sophisticated look.”
The home is also a “modern, modern-looking space.”
According to the architects, “It’s a perfect blend of traditional style and modern style.”
There are a couple of “tangible” improvements to the house.
For one, it “features a unique design aesthetic,” so the interior “looks more modern and modern-day,” and the design “shows off the simplicity and elegance of the interior.”
The “home is built for the living room, the dining room, and the kitchen,” and it’s designed to “reinvent what it means to live in a home.”
This home also “sits at the top of the range for affordable home systems.”
It has “the capability to power almost everything in the home.”
The designers have said that “the design will be designed to function well with an ever-changing range of climate and energy demands.”
In other words, it’s not built to be luxurious, but rather to work in the comfort of your home.
The house comes with a “stunning custom wood cabinetry,” which “has been meticulously finished and is a perfect fit for the new design,” according to the home’s architects.