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28 thoughts on “Two Shipping Containers Turned into a Small House”
Clever … inventive … it works!!!
Very cool….love it. Nice layout and love the white kitchen.
More pictures and info!
You could try following the links (the one above leads to another)… there’s a whole bunch of photos and infos.
that doesnt always hold to be true Rob Rutledge
Shping conts as houses don’t work wll: the paint is toxic, space is nrrow, cutting holes weakens the walls, floors toxic
more pics and info pls!
more photos, please!
i would luv to see the inside of all of these…tease pic..lol
More photos of this one http://www.pricestreetprojects.com/#savannah-project
I question the thermal conductive properties of the metal. Hotter in the summer and colder in the winter.
This is nice, Christian Nally
love it….could so see this as my next house
The orignal site source is here: http://www.pricestreetprojects.com/#savannah-project
Most containers have r14 walls. The refrigerated ones are like r28.
My partner just looked at this over my shoulder – saw this and said this is a Tiny House she’d like to live in; us, our daughter & our dog.
I can build that
I love this. I want to know the cost. This cant be over 70k complete.
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