Flex House was created to offer flexible housing for most households, including young families, professionals, and empty nesters. Features include a Rachio WaterSense smart irrigation controller that optimizes water use based on weather data, and Sylvania smart lighting, all integrated via smart assistant, controlled by voice or app. Curbed reports that the Flex House will have a base cost between $125,000 and $150,000 depending on specific fixtures installed.
From the outset, the curved roofline suggests that this efficiency-focused design doesn’t skimp on the architectural details that might charm buyers of traditional houses. Inside, pale floors and walls are garnished by arched doorways, recessed lighting, plus built-in seating and storage. In the kitchen, two windows bring in light, while 24’’ Bosch appliances make the most of the space.