Shipping Containers Homes. Friday , April 20th , 2018 - 09:16:24 AM
These are stacked vertically on four different floors. These highly talented Belgian architects Pieter Peelings and Silvia Mertens of Sculp(IT) have designed a compact home for living. Every one of the 4 rooms serves a specific function and purpose. Starting from the bottom up there is a spiral staircase which links a work floor then a kitchen/dining room floor the living room floor and on the highest floor a bedroom and bathroom.
The Espace Mobile This incredibly affordable modular container home is designed for customization Something the designer wanted so that the owner would have some choices if need be. The container homes are made to store and retain heat conserving energy and can be modified to include a balcony and interior configurations. The Container City The Urban Space Container City system makes the most use of space utilizing the original design of shipping containers - the stacking process. These container units can be used for homes apartments office and work spaces and simply bolted together easily. The Container City designs are already being used all around the world by youth centers and for classrooms art studios and retail spaces.
In the early 1950`s in America families could buy a modest new home for around $20000 after you added in the property taxes furniture appliances and move-in costs. In today`s real estate market in the United States purchasing the same type of house in a typical middle class neighborhood might cost you around $200000 depending on the location and other factors.