Las Vegas architect and builder Michael Gardner and his team build and design The New American Home (TNAH) of 2023 in the city of Las Vegas. The National Association of Home Builders selected Gardner to take on this project which will ultimately be presented in January 2023 at the International Builders' Show (IBS).
Gardner is also the principal and founder of both Luxus Design Build and Studio G Architecture. Luxus Design Build provides custom builds of residential spaces. The first project the firm completed was the official 2019 show home at International Builders' Show.
Studio G Architecture provides both holistic architecture solutions as well as interior design solutions while prioritizing sustainability. Founded in 2010, the firm services 17 states in America and parts of Australia as well. Innovation and integrity remain focal points of Gardner's business models and creative processes.
The New American Homes (TNAH) of 2013 for Las Vegas was built and designed by Gardner as was The New American Remodel (TNAR) of 2019. His experience with designing and building homes for said shows and associations continues to expand as he and his team prepare and advance their plans and builds for 2023 IBS.
"We are thrilled to once again partner with NAHB in this exciting project. The 2023 home will feature a modern, yet bold design that [incorporates] some of the industry's top trends in residential architecture," Gardner expresses.
TNAH 2023 is titled Byron Bay and will be built in Ascaya, a luxury community located on 19 Rockstream Drive. TNAH is intended to encapsulate new and best practices within the industry, showcase the most cutting-edge products in the construction and residential design fields and display innovative design with the most up-to-date construction techniques.
With 7,575 square feet, the two-story home includes five bedrooms, over six bathrooms and a spacious four car garage. The poolside courtyard features fire elements and a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen. The home has been designed as energy efficient as possible as Gardner is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council.
TNAH 2023 Byron Bay is designed to achieve the Energy Star, National Green Building Standard of Emerald, Indoor Airplus and DOE Zero Energy Ready Home certifications. The home Gardner and his team create is set not only to impress on an aesthetic level, but to actually supersede a net-zero status by creating an excess of clean energy. TNAH 2023 Byron Bay will be showcased in January 2023 at the 40th annual International Builders' Show.
Photography by: Courtesy of Studio G Architecture and Luxus Design Build; pexels.com/Andrea Piacquadio; pexels.com/energepic