Warm as the sun.


4 bedrooms

2.5 baths



Our Asta designs suit a growing family or perhaps a configuration that allows for a main level floor suite.  The standard configuration is suitable for ageing in place with the master suite on the ground floor.  Using a compact form, this home maximizes value for space by extending to a second floor where a flexible area, two bedrooms, and a bathroom are located.  Asta is sure to stay true to all of the features of a high performance home – large south-facing triple-pane glazing, thick, super-insulated walls and roof, a dedicated fresh air heat recovery ventilation, and a panelized construction system that reliably delivers excellent airtightness to keep those drafts at bay and the heat this building naturally and passively retains where it’s needed most, keeping occupants comfortable year round through all kinds of weather.  Designed to meet the Passive House Low Energy Building Standard (requiring 70% less energy to heat and cool than conventional construction), Asta also features a roof suitable for solar panels so that your home can achieve net zero, producing as much energy as it consumes.



Choose between two architectural styles with two corresponding floorplans.  The traditional features a gable roof and an exposed glulam roof beam supporting the roof structure along with a wrap-around porch, while the modern design keeps the gable roof while also featuring double-height windows and an alternate recommended siding schedule.  Both homes feature a mudroom rear entry, perfect for those muddy adventures outside.

Asta Traditional

Gable roof, modest windows, wrap-around porch.

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Asta Modern

Gable roof, double-height glazing, front and side porch.

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Layout & Orientation

Collective Homes are designed for southern orientation.  Standard layouts are offered for each architectural style.

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Foundations and Basements

Our standard foundation design uses an ICF foundation system with a vented crawlspace and a site-built main level floor.  Options for slab on grade, basement, or other site-specific designs are possible.

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Whether you need a screened-in porch, a detached garage, or improvements for accessibility, we can help you find the best way to include these into the standard designs.

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Building performance is as much as about comfort, durability, and air quality as it is about energy efficiency and material choices.

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What’s included

Collective Homes include the base home design, the structural & insulated building envelope package, windows and doors, the delivery and installation of your building shell, and a number of other tools to help.

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What’s not included

Additional design costs, equipment, finishes, and other costs aren’t included.

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Our 10-step process will get you from conception to move-in as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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Our Collective Home packages are priced to include base costs, while a total build cost is estimated for you in our Preordering process.  After receiving your preorder, a budgeting tool is provided to help you estimate and keep an eye on the rest of the costs for your build, including additional design services; site and foundation costs; plumbing, electrical, and mechanical services; and finishes, appliances, and landscaping.

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