Shipping Container House Plan Book Series – Book 19| By admin | Category: Free Tutorial, Profiled ISBU Home Projects
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 2013 showcasing in greater detail some of the best in Container based Construction from around the World.
Shipping Container House Book 19 – 2 Bedroom Holiday House
This 61m2 contemporary 2 bedroom Holiday Shack was designed and built by Ingrid and Cameron Cotton using 2 x Type 1 A 40′ parallel aligned Containers
Featuring a contemporary interior, the flooring is an Australian Engineered Hardwood “Blackbutt”, the ceiling poplar plywood with recessed LED lighting and the walls painted plywood.
The home uses Double glazing, insulation in ceiling, underfloor and walls and a heat pump provides both heating and cooling.
Glass louvres where are employed to control airflow along with big sliding doors and feature pillars of western red cedar flanking the aluminum joinery.
Number of Containers: 31 x Type 1A Containers
This booklet – Number 18, is free as an electronic download.
The presentation sets are intended for design inspiration and/ or obtaining bids only.
Open Book 19 in our Shipping Container House Plan Series Here.
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