2008 by Tk and Tom Schey Builder (under construction)
The following is quoted from the 737 conserve website:
737conserve is the follow up of a Platinum LEED home that Tom Schey built in Venice, California, the completion of which took place in mid-October 2007.
project7ten, the LEED home, was a vast P.R. success both for the cause behind the project, education, raising funds for environmental causes, and showcasing mainstream companies which had environmentally advanced products.
737conserve has the following companies as committed partners, GE, introducing their residential ecomagination program, and a multitude of lines of their businesses, Kohler, in a very significant way introducing the EPA authored Water-Sense program to the California area, Ann Saks Tile, Sony Electronics and VAIO computers, Klipsch Speakers, Bruck Lighting, Caesarstone countertops, Vespa Scooters, Dirt Devil, and Western Windows Systems.
737 will be an incredibly advanced, beautiful intellectual home, one of the most advanced smart homes ever built. The structure will most certainly generate more electricity than it uses, a home that embraces water and energy conservation in ways not yet part of the residential building landscape. Patrick Tighe, recent Rome Award winner, is the acclaimed architect behind the project.