The most elite professionals and ‘who’s who’ experts in residential construction will present and share their insights at IBS education sessions,
addressing niche-specific challenges as well as solutions and trends to wow customers. Hundreds of new products and services are launched
on the exhibit floor each year as leading manufacturers and suppliers showcase their latest products.
With its official show homes expected to take center stage as main attractions, the build teams have experienced many of the same supply and permitting challenges that will be subjects of discussion and guidance at the show. A willingness to adapt and develop new solutions have been the keys to overcoming a variety of changes and delays. The New American Home and New American Remodel 2022 will be officially unveiled to the public and open for touring during IBS 2022.
Described as a “private sanctuary for the home owner” who will enjoy its “numerous spa-like features, the New American Home® 2022 is an upscale coastal concept home, designed by BSB Design and built by Envy Homes to raise the bar for high performance, modern amenities and contemporary flair. The three-story property will boast 4,646 square feet of living space, with three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Features will also include a rooftop terrace, an exercise room and numerous indoor-outdoor living amenities as well as a pool courtyard. It is expected to achieve net-zero status and Emerald-level certification from the National Green Building Standard. It will also earn certification from ENERGY STAR, Indoor airPLUS, and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Zero Energy Ready Home Program.
TNAH is located in Laureate Park at Lake Nona (approximately 25 minutes from the Orange County Convention Center where IBS will be held). The community itself is also trend-setting with transitional architecture consisting of brightly colored townhomes, cottages and multi-story properties complemented by modern design and technology features.
Lake Sue provides a beautiful backdrop for an innovative masterpiece like The New American Remodel 2022, the design of which will remain true to its original mid-century modern character. Architect Phil Kean and remodeler Eric Gray will oversee the home’s transformation, which will optimize existing features while nearly doubling the amount of living space from 2,662 square feet to 4,688 square feet.
For more information on the show and the homes, visit buildersshow.com.