Greetings from Spain! 🙂
Spain has definitely always been on my bucket list, and now seeing their shipping container homes, it has furthered my desire to go. Located west of Madrid, this innovative home is based in El Tiemblo, Spain.
Built in 2010 and constructed using four 40-foot shipping containers, this house creates 2,000 square feet of living space. The home was designed by James & Mau Arquitectura and built by Infinski.
Costing around 140,000 Euros, “Casa El Tiamblo” is a modern example that showcases all the style and comfort that one expects from a traditional house as well as invoking the use of shipping containers. This shipping container home has two floors. The first floor includes a spacious kitchen, an open living room surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows, and a patio; all decorated with trendy furniture. The second floor looks to be a massive bedroom including a walk in closet and bathroom ensuite.
Compared to the external industrial image of the house, the most impressive feature is the cozy modern interior. I feel like the further I go with this blog, the more in love I become with shipping container homes!
Photo credit: architecturendesign.net
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