The increase in time spent at home has brought into sharp focus the homes we live in and how we as families use our living space.
As a leading provider of desirable new homes, CALA has long recognised that our homes have a huge impact on our comfort, health and general wellbeing and that there’s far more to homebuilding than simply assembling bricks and mortar. It is primarily about understanding how families live and ensuring that careful thought has been given to all aspects of a modern and sustainable lifestyle.
Piers Banfield, Group Operations Director at CALA, says: “The home is where most people spend the majority of their time, locked down or otherwise, and it has the ability to impact almost every aspect of our lives. Our vision for the Light and Space Collection was to improve the health and wellbeing of families and communities. The design qualities of our Light and Space homes are more important than ever, providing a template for modern family living where there is room for every family-member to not just co-exist, but to live and thrive together.”
Carefully crafted by a cross-disciplinary team of professionals and informed by CALA customer feedback, the Light and Space Collection does exactly what it says on the tin. For each and every house which features within it, the floor plan and design features work together to create fresh and spacious homes which invite daylight and promote sustainability and wellbeing throughout, with well-proportioned outdoor spaces and gardens to perfectly complement the home.
The way in which we live, utilise space and interact with each other at home has been a key influence on the layouts of the collection, with each home specifically designed with CALA’s target markets in mind.