This project is called WingHouse in which it unfolds as a spacious house from a single cargo container.
Overpopulation is not a new problem faced by people today. The bad news is that it often makes thousands of people homeless. Container homes can be a good solution for this issue. They are fast, economical, and flexible alternative to traditional house. They provide modern living for any household size ranging from individual to family and community housing. Besides, container homes are absolutely green since they are made of recycled materials, containers. Containers, which were previously used for storage, have become stylish homes for you. Let’s take a look at the pictures of container homes below and see how steel boxes could be that cool and eco-friendly.
WingHouse: This amazing home can accommodate three bedrooms as a standard living home, or it can be transformed in a 8 bedroom dorm , an office or about anything you would like.
Containers of Hope, a $40,000 Home by Benjamin Garcia Saxe. This project concentrates more on a communion with nature than actually building.
Containers of Hope Interior: This house is very chic and modern but it only takes a small amount of materials and space to function.
Maison Container by Patrick Partouche: This contemporary house has approximately 2,240 square feet and cost around 221.000 euros to complete.
Maison Container interior: Inside, the house looks spacious and modern. At the upper floor amazing living solutions were implemented united by metallic stairways and bridges.
Alterra Glamping is a natural resort near the Pinamar beach in Argentina that wonderfully combines outdoor relaxation art and sustainability. In this location old shipping containers as used as private cabins.
Alterra Beach Private Cabin: Its minimalist look focus the attention on the paradise outside.
Eco-friendly Crossbox House:The main idea behind this project aims to build low cost architect’s houses focusing in the same time on the environment.
Eco-friendly Crossbox House Interior: The big success is due to its very simple design with a living area on the ground floor and three bedrooms on the first floor.
Week house from shipping containers by Jure Kotonik.
Week House Interior: The interior can be furnished stylish but very minimalistic and the upper floor is accessible through an adjustable staircase.
Made out of only 5 shipping containers this house has a total of 2,600 square feet of comfortable living spaces, on top of that it has a green roof, geothermal heating and high-tech foam insulation to preserve the best living conditions available at this moment. Images credit: The cold metal industrial style has been dramatically diminished by bright, vivid colors and modern furniture. Homedit
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