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We're building the future of home ownership.

Affordable, architect-designed homes built for your lifestyle.

What we do

Liv-Connected was founded in 2019 by a team of experienced architects, a physician/digital health expert, and live event professionals. By bringing unique voices to the conversation around traditional home construction, Liv-Connected has created methods and processes that put homeowners’ well-being first. This includes a unique focus on incorporating health-related technology into homes, providing owners with secure, private, and convenient care for preventative and urgent medical needs. 

All of Liv-Connected’s design-focused homes can be rapidly deployed and arranged to fit your needs. Building techniques take advantage of efficiencies in construction, manufacturing and smart technology to deliver comfortable, environmentally sustainable, and quick-to-site living solutions.

Liv-Connected founder Herb Rogove giving a speech at a conference

Our partners

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Liv-Connected's founding members are architects by trade, and also started DXA studio, an award-winning architectural design firm whose expertise spans a broad spectrum of project types, including multi-family and single family residential, commercial, institutional, hotel and event design. The DXA team and Liv-Connected partners set out rethink the way we build homes to create thoughtful, functional spaces for today’s family. With DXA's meticulous design skills and deep knowledge of the housing industry, Dr. Herb Rogove's years of experience in telemedicine and healthcare, and Joe Wheeler's years of exploration into modular homes, we are able to bring homes that are beautiful, uplifting and take care of their owners. 

The spark for ATOMIC started over thirty years ago with London-based production designer Tom McPhillips. He became known for creating innovative sets that travelled lightly, set up quickly and looked dramatic on stage. They’ve grown to encompass a deep pool of world-class professionals. From drafting, to welding, to 3D animation, they create immersive environments for the world’s top bands, biggest brands, and now tiny homes.

When the pandemic shut down the live event industry, they hit pause on their usual work. During that pause, they set out to find innovative new ways to apply their more than two decades of experience constructing complex, rapidly deployable, and quick-to-assemble designs for live events. They saw the chance to seize the unexpected opportunity to bring their unique construction skills into a different market.

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