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Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 167

Mar 25th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Shipping Container Home Book 167 – 11 x Container Home – Australia Mark Christopherson built this beautiful 3 bedroom 4 bathroom Home in Cronulla Australia with the help of the Container Build Group using 8 x 20′ and 3 x 40′ Type 1A HC Containers. The home features a separate



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 166

Mar 22nd, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Shipping Container Home Book 166 –  Affordable, Efficient, Living Studio Todays featured Container Home is a Studio Garage Suite built in Edmonton, Alberta Canada by Honomobo. At just 352 square feet this stylist Container Home punches above its weight by leveraging efficient design and convertible spaces. A full bathroom and



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 165

Mar 17th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Shipping Container Home Book 165  – Off Grid Hybrid – Cliff Container Home Todays featured Shipping Container Home is a 100% off grid 1400sq ft Hybrid design sitting atop a steel frame designed and built by Architecture for A Change (A4AC) in Johannesburg South Africa. The house is not only



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 164

Mar 7th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Shipping Container Home Book 164  – 2 x 40′ HC Container Home Korea Todays featured Container Home was built in Jeongeup, South Korea by Mr Kookhyun using 2 x 40′ Type 1A Containers in a cantilevered configuration with access to the roof of first level Container. This is the 164th



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 163

Feb 25th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Shipping Container Home Book 163  – 5 x 40′ HC Container Home Chicago USA Today’s featured Container Home was built in Melrose Park Illinois Chicago by Jim Blackmore of Innovative Habitats using 5 x Type 1A 40′ HC Containers At 1440 sqft this 3 bedroom 2 full bath Family Home



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 162

Jan 31st, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Container Home Book 162 – Private Airplane Hanger / Home – France  Todays featured Container Home was built by François Verriele on the Airpark AERO-DELAHAYE of Verchocq France using 4 x 40′ Type 1A Containers.. Three of the four Containers are spanned on an “exosketelon” style support structure creating a



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 161

Jan 26th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Container Home Book 161 – Parallel Offset with Atrium Home – Trat Province Thailand  Today’s featured Shipping Container Home was built by Owners – Perry & Katae in the Province of Trat, in South East Thailand. This shipping container home was inspired by ‘Container of Hope’ but has been extended



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 160

Jan 16th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Container Home Book 160 – Duplex Container Home – Fort Worth Texas Partners Jason Eggenburger and Steven Halliday, from 97w a collaborative design lab have created this Duplex style Container Home for a Private Client from 4 x 40′ Type 1A Shipping Containers in Fort Worth Texas. The Upper Level



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 159

Jan 11th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Container Home Book 159 – Expanding Mobile Container Home  –  Mexico Today’s featured Container Home is known as Studio Móvil as was deigned and built by Architect Tapatío Taufic Gashaan in collaboration with Karen Collignon. Built from 1 x Type 1A 40′ HC Container thanks to motors in its structure



Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 158

Jan 8th, 2017 | By | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Project

Container Home Book 158 – Mobile Dwelling Unit –  LO-TEK New York As the Container Home Movement continues to go from strength to strength Globally, and we continue to gain new Members we need to be mindful that very very few of today’s Readers have been with us from the