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Holistic Quality of Life Innovation

From the ethos and creativity of Edward van Vliet, these homes are inspiring lifestyle solutions to the need to revolutionize the way we live.  Cubikoo is a dynamic set of innovative elements that can be combined to create a unique world of sustainable luxury for each resident. There is nothing like it.

The overarching principles are a dedication to aspirational aesthetics, sustainability in every meaning of the word, and a quality of life process and outcome that extends from the individual, to the community, to the world. 

The Trifecta of Sustainable Excellence

Cubikoo Pavilions exist as part of a greater world, aspiring to a higher form of living. This world seeks a truly sustainable and extraordinary life, this is the definition of quality of life for Edward van Vliet. To that end Cubikoo Pavilions form part of a trifecta or trinity that combine to achieve the goals of sustainability, uniqueness, and excellence.

Sustainable in every meaning of the word

Real sustainability transcends materials and supply chains to aspire to an easy daily life of lower consumption to be less costly in resources, energy, and capital. It also means maintainable, or in our vision, effortlessly excellent living. These spaces must aspire and inspire while also being liveable, welcoming, and deeply comfortable. Each resident’s sustainability is unique, but all meet the same values of quality, minimized demand, and greater impact on the world around them. These 3 principles are infused throughout each home and its creation process:

Sustainable Development:

  • Landscape: preserve and nurture as much nature as possible, incorporating into the home.

  • Materials: curricular economy, locally sourced, reduced carbon footprint in manufacturing and delivery, multiple sustainable impacts through creation and implementation.

  • Design: adjustable to be responsive to local and landscape realities and needs.


Sustainable Spaces:

  • Structure: maximized for energy efficiency, ease of maintenance, and bioclimatic architecture.

  • Multiple Use Elements: a roof is not just a roof, but also has photovoltaic cells, walls and surfaces have carbon consuming compounds, and innovative storage abounds to maximize space.

  • Access to Nature: The boundary between indoors and outdoors is blurred to break the frontiers between the residents and the natural world around them.


Sustainable Living:

  • Lifestyle: the home assists and inspires the resident through layout, design, and SMART tech to live sustainably.

  • Maintenance: excellent routines such as cleaning and care are made effortless through the holistic design. As they wear out, materials are replaced through circular economy solutions.

  • Inspiration: the entire tangible ethos of the Cubikoo Pavilion calls the residents to live their best lives.

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