article A recent article on home design news website Houzz claimed that in 2015, a home design company, Steel Home Designs, was founded by two former students of the University of Chicago.
The article also noted that one of the founding members was a former graduate student at the University, who is currently a resident scholar at the Hoover Institution.
Steel Home has not responded to requests for comment.
The story cites a LinkedIn profile for the founder, and mentions that his company, based in Texas, is now located in the Houston area.
“The home of the future is a modern, high-tech steel house,” the LinkedIn profile reads.
“Steel Home Designs is a new company focused on the design and fabrication of steel homes.
Its goal is to provide the finest steel home design service, in a clean, and respectful environment.”
But while the company may be a recent venture, it appears to have been established in the early ’90s.
That’s when the company’s website is currently hosted, and the only evidence of its existence at this time is the LinkedIn post that was referenced in the article.
However, it seems likely that the company has not been around for long, given that the LinkedIn description of the company says it has been around since 2012, but is now in a new location.
The Steel Home site, and many other websites that have been linked to by Houzz, are mostly home design related.
The site does, however, show a recent photo of a home in the Chicago suburb of Kenwood, and also a listing of a steel home, which is consistent with the Steel Home founder’s past claims.
In 2015, the company also said it was looking to expand into commercial development.
The profile also mentions that the founder is the managing director of SteelHome, and is currently the president of the firm.
The LinkedIn profile doesn’t provide any details about Steel Home’s current location.
As of this writing, the Steel Homes website has been taken down.
The company did not immediately respond to requests from The American Conservatives for comment on this story.