Right now, it’s parked on a bit of vacant space in Tahoe City, CA and after two years of permitting work, the Bratts hope to legally use it as an office soon.” – fair companies.com
Listen to the complete story about this green-roofed portable office on YouTube. This unique one-off building designed and built as a labor of love by Bratt Brothers Construction.
These 80-square-foot structures best anything FEMA’s been using in many ways—they can be assembled by hand in two minutes, cost a quarter of the money to build ($5,000 each) and are stackable and portable (20 shelters, enough to house 80 people, can fit on a standard trailer truck).” – Dwell
Learn more about this New Portable Housing Prototype Launches at SXSW
While this solution is not a tiny house, it is an interesting example of micro housing and what can be done in a tiny space. I also like how all this functionality has been packed inside a transportable shipping container.
Wherever quality, temporary accommodation is needed, Snoozebox provides a fast, flexible and cost-effective solution with almost limitless applications. The standard ISO container size enables Snoozebox to be loaded, stacked and transported quickly and efficiently by road, rail, air or sea to almost any destination in the world.” – Snoozebox
Read and see more about Snoozebox…