Aspect Home Builders assembles first BONE Structure home in Saskatoon

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Aspect Home Builders has assembled the first BONE Structure steel home in Saskatoon, Sask., a 4,687. sq. ft. infill project.

The construction concept was inspired from a combination of Meccano and LEGO — pieces are simply snapped together, a news release reports.

The construction includes a lightweight, recycled steel frame, which enables homeowners to have a reconfigurable open-space concept, without intermediate beams or load-bearing walls. Electrical, plumbing, heating and ventilation systems are connected thanks to precut openings acting as veritable “highways” within the structure, just like an airplane fuselage, the release reads.
Each custom building has a specific number of screws and parts, which is meant to take the guesswork out of the ordering process and eliminating budget increases.


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