The Conexus Home, Liv-Connected's single-family modular line, can be more efficiently shipped due to the CLiC system, which allows its components to pack stacked on a flatbed trailer. Once delivered to site, it can be assembled in a matter of hours on a variety of foundations using only a telehandler. The Via Homes, our tiny home line, is built in a similar manner, but comes attached to a trailer and can be driven anywhere the owner desires. It is then set on jacks or can be set on a permanent foundation. All homes come with one point of connection for utilities, and are ready to occupy upon installation.
About LiV Connected: Founded in 2019, Liv-Connected aims to seek a solution to disaster-relief housing that embodies a sense of permanence and resulted in an affordable, sustainable, and high-quality, health-centered solution to homebuilding.
The concept began when DXA studio co-founders Wayne Norbeck and Jordan Rogove partnered with Herb Rogove DO, FACP, FATA, and Joe Wheeler of the Virginia Tech School of Architecture + Design to answer a call for design submissions for disaster-relief housing. Once Liv-Connected was founded, they ultimately produced a modular solution that could answer many of the challenges of the homebuilding market including material and labor shortages and limited housing inventory.
Liv-Connected's mission is two-fold: to provide disaster-relief housing that is beautifully designed, healthy and dignified and to focus on incorporating health-related technology into the living space, to give owners secure, private, and convenient care for preventative and urgent medical needs. Each home can be fitted with technology specific to a person's or family's medical needs, including smart mirrors, fall protection, and biometric sensors. With the design of the home focusing on light and air, we are providing an environment in which healthcare is front and center. We can also add the best of today's smart technology, creating a home that takes care of you.
Photography: Chris Coe