Case studies

Case study: Bedford Green House

Bedford Green House is a 118-unit, 13-storey affordable housing development in New York City, with sustainable design and resident health at its heart. The development used HomeFree to inform the selection of building materials, considering human health impacts. This included using solid core doors with a NAUF (No Added Urea Formaldehyde) core and hardwood plywood cabinets which use less binder (and therefore less formaldehyde) than particleboard and MDF.