Reclaimed Space

More Than Just Green, Reclaimed Space is Delivering Sustainable Living

Austin-based builder Reclaimed Space is turning a new leaf in the green building industry. Designing, building and delivering fully-sustainable “Spaces” out of reclaimed materials, Reclaimed Space is building sustainable, not just green.

Each unit is custom-built using locally sourced materials taken from deconstructed homes. Rather than letting good materials go to waste, they are recycled and put to good use after thorough inspection and restoration.

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Reclaimed Spaces are solar and wind energy compatible, making much of the energy it takes to power the Spaces renewable, and adding off grid possibilities. The single-pitch roof makes it easy to use filtered rainwater for the Space’s water supply, and gives the solar panels a full day of sunlight. Built on skids and beams, the Spaces are re-locatable; upon completion, they are delivered to any site.

Reclaimed Spaces have endless functions and possibilities. Remote living becomes simple, with the off-site construction and sustainable design. For land owners or real estate brokers, adding a Reclaimed Space increases property value and desirability by introducing livable space. The units’ cost-effectiveness and small size allows for affordable community living or temporary lodging. Whether it’s accommodations for a weekend retreat, guest or workspace, Reclaimed Space has a solution.

Reclaimed Space makes eco-friendly, sustainable living affordable. Pricing starts at $25,000 and ranges from $115 to $160 per square foot, depending on each Space’s individual features. These living quarters start at 240 square feet and can be configured modularly for larger designs.

Potential buyers can visit www.ReclaimedSpace.com to learn more about the company, browse photo galleries and view sample floor plans. With the combination of its sustainable building practices and their use of renewable energy, Reclaimed Space is delivering sustainable living, anywhere.

Interior Sliding Door

Interior Sliding Door

Window View

Window View

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Two Units

On the Road

On the Road

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Ron Brenner - February 24, 2009 Reply

What a great idea, and so well executed. These structures would serve as a nice guest suite as well as a cabin in the woods.

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Todd Leaverton Silvercrest Park Homes - March 5, 2009 Reply

Neat looking cottages are they park homes? park model RVs? houses?

Very nice looking!

    Donnieboy - May 6, 2012 Reply

    They look to be a house, RV, mobile home, cottage, shack, all of the above.

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Aaron Alvarez - October 31, 2009 Reply

Great small spaces, good article.

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Corby - April 1, 2010 Reply

These spaces are really cool! I’ve been a bit reluctant to embrace many of the reclaimed materials/sustainable living concepts I’ve seen since they seem so incompatible with a practical lifestyle. I mean, come on, composting toilets made of boards and old buckets?! (Yea, like you’d date someone who lives with one of those!) But these homes look totally workable…and creative! It’s exciting to think of how one would incorporate functional materials that are otherwise cast aside into an appealing and welcoming abode.

How make money blog - June 18, 2011 Reply

These homes look totally workable…and creative! It’s exciting to think of how one would incorporate functional materials that are otherwise cast aside into an appealing and welcoming abode.

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