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Escape in Style with Hom

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At the Dwell on Design Exhibition this weekend (you can get free, check this post on how), various builders, designers and eco-friendly businesses are displaying their works of pride and joy. Within the LA Convention center room is a 1000 square foot home called the Hom Escape in Style. It's one steel building, manufactured in Los Angeles and thought up by a group of locally based designers from the KAA Design Group.

With it's rusty exterior and modern interior, this environmentally friendly building is beautiful and flexible for mixing modern life and nature. Only one dwelling is up so far near Paso Robles (a few photos below). The home itself costs $200/sq. ft and that includes delivery (so the home in the photos is $200,000 at bare minimum). But set up, which takes five days once on location, and other items are extra.

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