Construction company Clark Construction has unveiled its new low-price home that’s made from recycled wood.
The “Lowest Price” home, called the “Sundt”, was unveiled at the London Fashion Week.
The low-priced home features a two-storey, low-maintenance house and features a central living area with a large glass ceiling.
The home was designed by a team of architects, including John Felt and David Williams, who have worked with Clark in the past.
It features a unique design concept that features a new approach to wood construction.
“The design of the Lowest Price home is a collaboration between Clark and the designers of the Fashion Week,” said Clark, who will be unveiling the home on the 25th of June.
The Lowest Order is a collection of three homes designed by Clark:The Lowliest Order is available for pre-order starting from $2,999.
This home features an open-concept design, with a circular living area and a circular staircase.
The staircase and living area will be completely accessible.
The house also features a fully-integrated kitchen, with two gas ovens and a wood-burning stove.
The High End Low Price house, which is available in the $2 million to $2.9 million price range, features a double-height living area that includes a separate bathroom and living room with a separate shower and kitchen.
The design is reminiscent of a low-rise, modern home.
It is built using wood and incorporates a wood stove for heating and cooking.
The house is made from reclaimed timber and features an outdoor kitchen and an enclosed living room.