The Panorama Idea Home is a 6,160 square-foot custom retreat in Breckenridge, Colo., by Thrive Home Builders. Presented in a Modern Farmhouse style on a two-acre lot, the home is designed and engineered to achieve carbon neutrality, net-zero energy use, indoor comfort and health, and a high degree of resiliency for its mountain climate. Thrive will leverage multiple building science best practices, innovative equipment, and off-site construction methods to speed production, reduce waste and labor, and fulfill the home's lofty but attainable performance goals.

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Panorama's single-level, 6,160-square foot floor plan encompasses six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, an open floor plan concept, work-from-home opportunities, and ample outdoor living spaces and fenestration that capture views of the surrounding mountains and National Forest. The central core, divided by a front-to-back entry hall, splinters off on one side to a separate lounge and remote working area adjacent to a three-car garage, and from the other side to a wing of multiple en-suite bedrooms anchored by an off-set primary suite.


Committing to a Carbon Free Home

Striving for high standards in sustainable design is the primary objective for the Pro Builder…

Time- and Energy-Efficient Construction in a “Very-Cold” Zone

Few locations in the continental United States rate the Climate 7 distinction as defined by the U.S…

James Hardie – High-performance in the land of fire and ice

Building the Panorama House in a Colorado alpine environment requires facing a harsh climate. The…