Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 118

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Following  the incredible popularity of our digital book series – The  Most Influential Shipping Container Homes Ever Built – we  have decided to release a number of expanded  titles  for 2016 showcasing in greater detail some of the  best in Container based Construction from around the World.

Container Homes Book 118 – Pyramid Stack Container Home – South Korea

Today’s featured Shipping Container Home was built near Gyeonggido South Korea, using 3 x 40′ HC Type 1A Containers by Architectural firm ThinkTree.

The Project has been nickname the “Nemo House” – Nemo means the rectangular geometry in Korean.

The Nemo House proved the portability and flexibility of Container based Construction through the process of being displayed at a Home Show prior to disassembling, and reassembling on the final building site.

Two bottom containers are spaced and the top containers bridges and encloses this space rather than the typical Hybrid Construction Method.

The main floor features an open plan living area that includes the kitchen with a dining area, master bedroom, bathroom and access to the second floor which is configured to allow three equal areas of play room for two kids, a hall with wooden book shelf rising from downstairs, and a bedroom with big windows.

This is the 118th Container Home we have featured in this format for our Readers. You can download the entire back catalog of all 118 Books, an additional 30 Container Homes in our “ The 30 Most Influential Container Homes ever Built” Book, a free copy of our 3D Container Home Design Software, Technical Drawings and Whitepapers and Access our Video Training Tutorial Series  – in our Members Area here…

Download your free ebook PDF showcasing this interesting Container Home Project here…

Download Book 118 in our Shipping Container House Book Series as a PDF Here.

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