This shipping container house is modern, can easily be moved, and can be customized to your own liking on the inside.
One Cool Habitat is always innovating their prefab units, and here they are to show you their modern looking shipping container unit. It can easily be an extra bedroom, backyard office, or tiny house. What do you think?
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A Prefab Shipping Container House That’s Modern
Photo Credits: One Cool Habitat
The design firm’s goal is to meet your goals. So whether you want a space for cooking, reading, relaxing, watching movies, or living–they’re going to listen.
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I work kills for one of these, they’re so cool! But where would I put it…?
These are cool. Not sure where you’d put it, lol
It looks really nice. I would place some kind of bathroom in though (perhaps a portapottie seat type toilet?). 🙂
awesome design 😉 like it..
You would put it in the 6th grade classroom, because clearly it is wasted space.
Very cool and I am interested in learning more about your prefab models and if you could ship to NJ. I am a 9/11 survivor and a Sandy survivor. I was declared disabled in 2009, due to 9/11 related illnesses and I was also hit by Hurricane Sandy here in NJ. I am currently losing my home to foreclosure, but would like to possibly buy something small, that I could afford.
I was also wondering, if I could put this type of home up on pilings or other raised foundation, as homes here in Union Beach, NJ have to be elevated now.
I would also like to know the pricing and how that works…Am I buying a finished shell, that needs to have a bathroom, kitchen, electrical, heat, cooling installed…etc., etc. I am looking for at least enough room to sleep 3 people with 1.5 baths and about 800-1100 sqft.
Thanks for all your help!
Leave it on the truck…