Although the container is cool in its own right, it’s even better because it was created by Boxouse, a company designing “portable, affordable, beautiful smart homes” in California:
Inspired by portable, modular shipping containers and fed up with paying rising rents in San Francisco for non ideal housing we set out to redefine the landscape in which we lived and rethink housing for modern aspirations.
Boxouse started on a vacant lot in 2013 and quickly grew into a community of friends who all shared a common goal of experimenting with sustainability and building. We still run all our production out of beautiful Oakland California.
Want to get a taste for their work? Book your stay! More details below the pictures.
It was built by one of our readers in two and a half months with the help of friends and the total cost was about €30,000, which converts to about $33,979 in USD. This includes the outdoor construction modifications too. Inside the ground floor, you’ll find the living room, kitchen, dining, and full kitchen. There’s also storage here. On the next level, you’ll find the bedroom with a king-sized bed, a wardrobe, bathroom, and a 161 sq. ft. veranda. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
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