Monthly Mindset: Environmental Awareness + Accessibility

This June, we’re observing Environmental Awareness Month. Environmental Awareness is understanding the fragility of our environment and the importance of its protection. Livability absolutely must utilize environmentally friendly practices and promote environmental awareness so that the Earth can sustain our homes, families, and communities- for generations to come. 

When it comes to homes, architects, builders, and contractors are focusing more and more on maximizing the sustainability of their projects. BLL encourages prioritizing universal design and aging-in-place, too.  Homes that incorporate these considerations are both environmentally sustainable AND multi-generationally sustainable.  Check out some of our favorite innovative environmentally friendly designs and contractors.   

While you browse, ask yourself if your adaptive needs would be met by these homes or not… is there anything you’d change to meet your adaptive needs or future adaptive needs as you and your family age? 

Plant Prefab Living Home 6 Series 

Plant PrefabSanta Monica-based builders LivingHome series; first in America to achieve LEED platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council; first to source products certified by the Cradle to Cradle program; homes boast net zero standards, smart home technology and energy monitoring.

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Method Home M Series 

Method Homes is a custom manufacturer of precision-engineered, contemporary prefabs that can be built to attain green building certifications like LEED, Living Building Challenge, Passive House, and more.  

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Ideabox – Sage Home 

The designers at Salem-based company Ideabox are authorities at using the prefab and modular housing systems to create cost-effective, sustainable, and inventive housing. Each IdeaBox home is designed with sustainable bamboo flooring and energy-efficient features.

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We understand that these sustainable home builds, while environmentally friendly, may not be intuitively accessible for our disabled community.  
BoundaryLess Living can help make adaptations to your existing home, allowing you to remain in the place you’ve put down roots. Additionally, we offer consulting services to help facilitate best practice for accessible design + innovative adaptive fixtures and appliances.  BLL can refer expert contractors and help with project management, too! 
We are constantly working on optimizing our renovation processes and services, if you’re interested in hearing more about our current services, please reach out through our contact form or questionnaire

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weeHouse by Alchemy 

The weeHouse by Alchemy was inspired by sustainable design principles centered around building small and efficiently. Their architects work with ecological energy experts to customize your weeHouse with greener materials and systems.

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GreenFab 1200 Series 


Homes by this Seattle designer-manufacturer, Greenfab,  decrease exposure to environmental toxins by increasing air circulation and filtering harmful particulates. With the installation of robust insulation, the homes are efficient to heat and cool; plus, they feature Energy Star appliances and optional rainwater and greywater systems for water conservation. 

Photo copyright Greenfab 

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