Greetings from Washington! 🙂 This model was originally built for the Spokane AG Expo in 2015 to demonstrate the ability of the Rugged Cabin to accommodate ATVs, snowmobiles and other equipment, eat and sleep, fish and rest. This model is a low cost option
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Greetings from DBHQ! 🙂 Today is a special post in honor of my birthday 🙂 I recently did a poll on Dwell Boxes’ Instagram asking if you wanted me to write some “Top or Best” type of posts. The response from Dwell Boxes’ 16.4k followers was […]
Greetings from Seattle! 🙂 Few homebuyers would notice an old shipping container for sale and think: “That’s it! That’s our new home.” But Seattle architect Kai Schwarz may change that. Since 2011, he has been working to transform used shipping containers into modern works of […]
Greetings from Washington! 🙂 Fabricated in 2004 and delivered to Enumclaw, Washington, the Studio 320 is the project that kicked off Cargotecture. The warm interior incorporates reclaimed plywood whose previous life was as the back of gym bleachers in a local high school. This project […]
Greetings from Washington! 🙂 Talk about reduce, reuse, recycle. A recently completed residential apartment building in Brookland is made completely out of shipping containers stacked together. This is the first residential project of its kind for D.C. The project was designed by DC-based architect Travis […]
Greetings from Washington! 🙂 This is so exciting! Never in a million years would I think that this little shipping container home blog would generate so much interest, let alone get submissions from actual shipping container home owners for me to feature
Greetings from Washington! 🙂 Conventional wisdom tells us that good things take time. If you ever felt like your container home dream will never materialize, today’s story is guaranteed to reignite your passion.
Greetings from Seattle! 🙂 This is Sunset‘s Idea House of 2011, or Cargotecture, which was on display during Celebration Weekend in Menlo Park. It’s a tiny shipping container living space of 192 square-feet, though there’s room to sleep up to four. It’s also solar-powered and […]