The Shiship is a really cool tiny cabin that was designed and built by Repère Boréal in Quebec, Canada.
It’s a simple structure made with a single high-cube shipping container and it measures 31′ long x 8′ wide, and 9’6″ tall. On the exterior, you can still see most of the original shipping container with lots of exposed corrugated steel and massive cargo doors at one end. It’s an interesting visual reminder that the shell of this cabin had another life before it was repurposed.
The cedar accents balance out the more industrial look of the container and make it feel more welcoming, and the massive wooden window frame at the other end is a dramatic feature that defines the outside of the structure and makes it pretty unique.
This is the 40ft High Cube Shipping Container Tiny House with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom. The dimensions are 40ft x 8ft x 9.5ft and hooks up to city utilities for water, power, and sewer shared with us today thanks to Brian Hawkins @tinyhousemovement on Instagram.
It sold for $69,000, ships worldwide, and is built from a brand new container instead of a refurbished one. There are steel studs in the walls for the interior framing, too, for example. This one is headed to East Zion Experiences to be used as a rental near the Zion National Park in Utah. What do you think? Learn more below.
This is the story of Toronto’s first shipping container home thanks to Mat and Danielle of the Exploring Alternatives YouTube Channel. It’s the story about a family who designed and built a shipping container home above their restaurant, which they already owned.
It’s called the Black Star and it’s designed and built by a couple named Carl and Ana. They used three reclaimed containers to form one half of the house, while the other half is built conventionally. What do you think?
This is a modern cabin located in Rakula, Australia. It’s a 40-foot shipping container that’s been converted into this lovely cabin that you see here and it’s available to book via Glamping Hub.
The home features a full kitchen, bathroom, bedroom with floor to ceiling windows, an open deck, and spectacular views of nature. Wouldn’t it be cool to design/build something like this for yourself on your own land? I think so!
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