Greetings from New York! 🙂
If this house doesn’t wow you, I don’t know what will. This shipping container home is impressive! Located in Callicoon Center, NY, Amy Fisch describes the two-bedroom, two-bath home that she shares with her husband as “centrally located in the middle of nowhere.” Constructed of four side-by-side containers, the house has west-facing views and resembles a wood-framed barn.
The program called for two bedrooms, two baths, kitchen, dining and living area and a large studio space with an inside entrance and a service entrance from the outside. The 1,760 sq. ft. house was positioned at the high point of the site capitalizing on the western views and oriented so that the south facing roof could incorporate future solar panels. Four 40′ High Cube containers were separated 2 and 2 with the high space in the middle built of conventional wood framing and a truss-roof supported by the containers.
And these pictures?! Very striking!
So what do you think? Would you live here? 🙂
Photo Source: Steele House