New World Home & New World Barn Towns First

New World Home & New World Barn Towns First
“A Greener Southampton- Green Business Spotlight” Recipient

As part of her “A Greener Southampton” initiative, Councilwoman Christine Scalera has incorporated a “Green Business Spotlight” into the program to highlight local businesses that are environmentally conscious. The first business to be honored by Southampton Town for the “A Greener Southampton – Green Business Spotlight” is New World Home & New World Barn, two synergistic sister companies located at 116 North Sea Road in Southampton. New World Home is nearly a decade in business and has been nationally recognized as one of the nation’s greenest builders having achieved a myriad historic green awards and certifications including the first USGBC LEED Platinum Factory-Built Homes in New York, New Jersey, Long Island (East Hampton) and Georgia. New World Barn specializes in reclaiming + repurposing + recycling authentic barn frames, beams and materials including old-growth hardwood flooring.

“We combine inspired design with best-in-class products from around the world to produce some of the highest quality, best performing homes in the country that foster a durable, safe and healthy environment for generations of families,” said Tyler Schmetterer Founder of New World Home. “We’ve also created a platform for preserving vintage barn frames and antique building materials that contribute enormous eco-design value and unique aesthetic to a wide range of Hamptons-based projects”, said Bradford Goven Founder of New World Barn.

“‘A Greener Southampton’s’ first initiative was our reusable bag program that has been a remarkable success and now we have added a “Green Business Spotlight” so that we can showcase our local businesses that are supporting Southampton’s environmental efforts,” said Councilwoman Scalera, “I’m particularly excited to have New World Home & New World Barn as our first business to receive this recognition as they provide both historic and environmental sustainability, preserving our past while building for our future.”

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New World Home
custom + green + prefab + homes

New World Home is an award winning producer of sustainable housing dedicated to fulfilling the convergence of historically inspired design and state-of-the-art green products with advanced building science and ultra-efficient manufacturing methodologies. The end result represents the advent of the New Old Green Prefab® home. These homes are designed specifically to respect our country’s rich architectural heritage, integrate all of the modern amenities of the 21st century and exceed the most stringent green building performance standards in the housing industry.??

Following a multi-year R&D phase, New World Home emerged to earn several prestigious national awards including the NAHB Green Project of the Year (2010), Country Living House of the Year (2010), Earthcraft Project of the Year (2009) and NAHB EVHA Factory-Built House of the Year (2009). In addition, the company has earned several historic third-party green certifications including the 1st USGBC LEED Platinum Factory-Built Home in New York, New Jersey, Long Island (East Hampton), Georgia and the 1st NAHB NGBS Emerald Factory-Built Home in New Jersey (2012).

New World Home works closely with homeowners, developers, architects/designers and an increasing array of organizations including academic institutions, government agencies and non-for-profit groups to create regionally appropriate, sustainable housing solutions specifically engineered to optimize home energy performance.

New World Barn
reclaimed + repurposed + recycled

authentic barn frames | beams | flooring | tables | built-ins | modern green barns

New World Barn specializes in reclaiming + repurposing + recycling authentic barn frames, beams and materials including old-growth hardwood flooring.
architects | interior designers | custom builders | homeowners | commercial projects