The Breezehouse 2100 now spans across 2559 sq ft, offering more entertaining space while also providing 3 large private bedrooms, each with their own walk-in-closets. The Whytecliff, formerly the Breezehouse, is an excellent option for your growing family.See how it works
More energy efficient than traditional, stick-framed construction
Modules produced to date with 200+ in the pipeline
Less cost of ownership over the 100-year lifetime of the home
Weeks to factory-produce an entire house
Using building science methods developed over 20 years, Dvele has designed a building envelope that significantly reduces the thermal bridging—heating and cooling gain/loss—associated with most inefficient homes. By it's nature, the house is created to keep you comfortable and safe in any climate or region. Combined with Dvele's Self-Powered™ system— clean energy production and storage— your home will remain powered during electrical grid failures, which are becoming more common during wildfires and coldsnaps.
Of all the global emissions, about 42% are directly connected to the home construction industry.
This is all the carbon produced through the process of manufacturing the materials and products that go into the house, the lengths contractors drive to each site, and the appliances we use to operate the house. With Dvele, we utilize a disruptive fabrication process to lower the amount of the carbon needed to produce each home. From recycled light-gauge steel, to mineral-based paint, we're taking the planet's healthy seriously at every step of the process.
Modern building science and robotic automation have come a long way. It’s time we bring home production up to speed. See how we do it.
Nuclear fusion and small-scale reactors are still in the future. Dvele's Self-Powered™ homes and communities can change society's energy needs today. Learn more about it.