NextGen Home, 351 Hamilton in North Chattanooga

CHATTANOOGA. Green|spaces, Chattanooga’s resource for green building, will host tours of their NextGen Homes project on Sunday, March 12, from 2 to 4 p.m. at 631 Hamilton Ave. Admission is free, but registration is required through EVENTBRITE.

This will be the last chance to tour the NextGen Homes, designed to educate builders, designers, students, and the general public on innovative green design, systems, and products.

The model homes represent the next generation of residential development in the region. Systems and materials used in the contruction are designed to generate as much energy as they consume and use water efficiently. Learn about other net zero energy residential projects from Seattle to Charlotte, NC, here.

Sweet Wiley Floyd gets a sneak preview of the staging for the open house. Interior designers Leslie Morales and Amy Williams with Smart Furniture Studio selected the furnishings that make the space welcoming. 

Interior designers Leslie Morales and Amy Williams with Smart Furniture Studio will display their line of furnishings and accessories as a feature of the tour. Visit the Smart Furniture Studio at their new location on Chattanooga’s Southside at 1700 Broad Street, Suite 110.

Learn more about Green|spaces and NextGen homes here.


Green|spaces (Chattanooga)
Workshop Architecture (Chattanooga)
WM Whitaker Landscape Architects (Chattanooga)
Collier Construction (Chattanooga)
Leslie Morales and Amy Williams, Smart Furniture Studio (Chattanooga)

Conditionaire (Chattanooga) 
SK Collaborative (Atlanta)
Vandemusser Design (Asheville, NC)
Stroud Watson, Chattanooga Design Studio
SPARC Design (Asheville, NC)
Raymond Thompson, Surefoot Builders (Asheville, NC)

The Green|spaces NextGen Homes project is funded in part by the Lyndhurst Foundation.