Featured Client Homes
Discover how individual homeowners have made their Blu homes their own. Click into each project to see photos and videos of completed homes. Curious about a particular home model? Filter featured homes using the drop-down list below, or the menu on the right sidebar.
A Breezehouse tucked away in the beautiful hills of wine country brings the outdoors in.
"We purchased our land in July 2011, and the house arrived six months later. A couple months after that, we were showing it off to Dwell Magazine."
—Steve and Jo Cooper, Homeowners
Three Origins create a quiet retreat among the otherworldly boulders of the Mojave desert.
"We chose the Origin model because of its plain, flat top profile that's very horizontal and seemed appropriate for the site"
—Tim Disney, Blu Homes Board Member and Homeowner
A lakefront Glidehouse serves as a vacation retreat for a growing family.
"We chose the Glidehouse because of how it blurs the line between the indoors and outdoors. Blu's unwavering price and short time on site helped put us at ease and minimized disturbance to our neighbors."
—Chris Chesney, Homeowner
A Glidehouse and Pod showcase the stunning views of Puget Sound that surround this island home.
"It's a totally different approach to home construction which I think is a lot less stressful and to be fair, it's a lot more honest."
—Richard Mintz and Diane McGaha, Homeowners
This two-story Breezehouse in the heart of wine country was featured as the 2012 Sunset Idea House by Sunset magazine.
"Blu's innovative combination of advanced building technology, striking design featuring the best of indoor-outdoor living and the highest green and quality standards is a perfect reflection of how our readers dream of living in the West."
—Shannon Thompson, VP of Marketing, Sunset magazine
Two Evolution homes make for beautiful, low-maintenance faculty housing.
"The sense we got from our own operations folks was that once a Blu Home is up, it's a rock. It's there forever."
—James DeVecchi, Headmaster, Portsmouth Abbey School
This beautiful, efficient and easy-to-maintain Element helps artist Patricia Wheeler enjoy her spot in the forest and focus more time on her creative work.
I was reading that the designers said to 'think big, and build small', and I thought, 'that is a great idea'. I want less square footage to be heating and maintaining. By living smaller, you're freer. That's what I see."
—Patricia Wheeler, Homeowner
This two-story Evolution vacation home provides everything a family with three active children and guests need while relaxing near Lake Tahoe.
"We love our two-story Evolution in Lake Tahoe. It's everything our family of five needs, and we had it built in less than a year!"
—Milli Josifovska, Homeowner
A quick turnaround on two 36' Origin units provides a flexible sanctuary for a couple at their lakefront family property.
"We love our view and the open space that our two Origins have afforded us. We love not having to live through the "dirty" construction part of the traditional home-building process."
—Dannel and Suzi Romanik, Homeowners
An Element serves as a quiet weekend retreat in the Hamptons that can also host children and grandchildren during the summer holidays.
"The house fit perfectly on the footprint, and the unfolding was fun to watch."
—Chris Howitt, Homeowners' son-in-law
The Blu projects depicted herein may contain features or floor plans Blu no longer offers and/or customizations made by the project owner. Please inquire with our sales team to see our current standard features and floor plans for each Blu home.