Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 63

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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 2015 showcasing in greater detail some of the  best in Container based Construction from around the World.

Book 63 – 120 SQM Shipping Container 27 % Reduced Costs – Spain

Today’s featured Container Home has been constructed using 2 x Type 1A 40’ HC Containers and 2 x Type 1A 20’ HC Containers in Cordoba Spain.

The 120SQM House was designed by Francisco Carmona of Third Skin Architecture and manufactured in a Warehouse before being transported and assembled onsite.

One of the interesting features of this House is the use of Ceramic Based Insulating Paint the other being the Internal Mezzanine Area created by heavily modifying the two stacked Containers – see Construction Images.

The Home has 2 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms, a Kitchen and Living Area on the Ground Floor and a Office space to the Upper Level.

Open Book 63 in our Shipping Container House Book Series Here.

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