GOLogic Home – 1500 square feet of BRILLIANCE!

Photography by Trent Bell
Photography by Trent Bell

This house plan is from a company I respect so much. GOLogic. It is our dream once Fred retires to build one of their homes. We’re always looking at the plans and trying to figure which one would work best for us.  Why not save money (and the environment) all while living in a beautiful, efficient, well thought out house?

Just look at all the standard options, the construction, and the overview… this company truly has their act together! It’s a house you can feel good about building! See a plan that you’ve fallen in love with? Check out the Process of Buying a House link…

Living Room Photograph by Trent Bell
Photograph by Trent Bell

Here is the plan, via the GOLogic website. If you’re interested in building one of their plans, here’s the link… there is also a separate link if you use your own contractor and you want to purchase plans only. Personally, I want the people who have done it time and time again with great results to be the ones to build my home one day…

This is the GO Home by GOLogic… it was awarded the US Green Building Council’s residential project of the year award.

GOLogic "GO Home" 1500 square feet, 2 floor/3 bedroom - Image via: GOlogic.us
GOLogic “GO Home” 1500 square feet, 2 floor/3 bedroom – Image via: GOlogic.us

It’s so nice to have a mudroom, a place to store all the shoes, jackets, etc and keep them out of the way! A small powder room down stairs is perfectly tucked in the corner. I love the open kitchen/living/dining spaces… and the exterior of this house… whoa! Good looking! Did I mention the windows? Read about them… they’re gorgeous, but they’re also about as efficient as you can get!

GOLogic "GO Home" Upper Level - 1500 square feet, 2 floor/3 bedroom - Image via: GOlogic.us
GOLogic “GO Home” Upper Level – 1500 square feet, 2 floor/3 bedroom – Image via: GOlogic.us

This plan has all bedrooms on the upper level. There are variations of this plan, and one has the master bedroom downstairs. Since we’re planning for our next house to be the last house we build, we would probably opt for that plan. Check out the other plans available, they’re fabulous!

Photograph by Trent Bell
Photograph by Trent Bell

F L A S H B A C K

O N E   Y E A R   A G O…  Featured Artist… Roger Dale Brown!

T W O   Y E A R S   A G O… Meatless Monday recipe… Penne with Spinach, Feta and Olives!

All images via TheGOHome.us  (Trent Bell photographer) used with permission…
Images are not for construction or reproduction, they are property of the design firm.

Catch you back here tomorrow!

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Yesterday the preview… today the GOLOGIC 1,000 sq ft awesome floor plan, photos included…

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You remember yesterday I posted this home built by GOLOGIC Homes, it’s gorgeous (to see more photos of the interior click HERE…)

You can also see this home in FINE HOMEBUILDING magazine… Here’s the article!

I like this floor plan… it’s nice and open with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom… how sweet it is!

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All images via www.gologic.us (and FineHomeBuilding.comused with permission…
Images are not for construction or reproduction, they are property of the design firm.

Catch you back here tomorrow!

GOLOGIC 1,000 sq ft plan, too cute!

This post is from GOLOGIC Homes blog (click HERE)… what great design vision and thought for the environment. These plans are amazing! So sharp!

Build Like This: A Simple Approach to Building a Super-efficient House

by GOLOGIC HOMES
Mar 5, 2013

This month GO Logic is featured on the cover of Fine Homebuilding Magazine’s special winter issue focusing on Energy Smart Homes.

GO Logic’s 1,000-square foot, one-bedroom, two-bath residence, House on a Knoll, in Bath, Maine – completed back in 2011 – was among the homes featured in the publication.

The article discusses six key elements to building a super-efficient home: insulation, ventilation, windows, air-sealing, thermal bridging, and thermal mass.

The highlighted pre-designed home demonstrates how this approach toward high performance works hand-in-hand with comfort, flexibility and aesthetics at a low cost.

To read the entire article, check out Fine Homebuilding Magazine’s Winter special issue on Energy-Smart Homes, or get a preview of the article here.

 

Photos courtesy of Brian Vanden Brink.

This post was from the GOLOGIC Homes blog (click HERE)…