PopSci’s House of the Future
PopSci teams up with Sunset to create a Silicon Valley residence that showcases the latest trends in home design and technology
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Click ‘Go to Video’ to see a 3-D model of the home’s exterior, and stay tuned to PopSci.com for more coverage of the House of the Future
Popular Science is partnering with Sunset magazine and creating the “House of the Future”. Built in Silicon Valley’s backyard, the house will demonstrate trends and products consumers will see in the marketplace in the near and distant future. Popular Science will feature a future focused area with prototypes of building and home products that will affect the way homes are built for years to come.
The House of the Future will showcase what Popular Science forcasts in home technology products and applications, and what Sunset sees as home design trends moving forward.
Open House: September 8, 2006 – November 12, 2006;
$12/general; $8 seniors Fridays only; free ages 5 and under
Directions: Free parking and shuttles at the Sycamore Park & Ride lot in Danville. From I-680, take the Sycamore Valley Rd. exit and go east to Camino Ramon. Turn left at the traffic light and continue into the Park & Ride lot.
2006 House of the Future Idea House Team
Architect: Dahlin Group Architecture Planning
Builder: De Mattei Construction
Interior Design: McDonald & Moore
Landscape Architect: NUVIS Landscape Architecture & Planning
Home Smarts: Pro Home Systems
James Hardie Building Products
Special thanks to our charity partner, The Volunteer Center of the East Bay