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A luxury hotel room in a 20-foot container http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com/2013/06/03/a-luxury-hotel-room-in-a-20-foot-container/

A luxury hotel room in a 20-foot container

Sleeping Around shipping container pop up hotel, Antwerp shipping container hotel hotels and restaurants

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He Spent $2,000 On This Blue Box For A New Home. Sounds Crazy Until You See The Results…

Foto: Reprodução / <a href="http://www.atelierworkshop.com/port-a-bach" target="_blank">Atelier Workshop</a>

Casa container: 90 fotos com projetos, fornecedores e preços

Port-a-Bach, a shipping container cabin by Bonnifait + Giesen, Atelierworkshop. surprisingly nice finishes in container house

This ladder and trap door are beautifully integrated with the lower interior.    Nighthouse.  Even if we can't have the trap door, what's desirable here is the lighting, the smooth surfaces, the spaces opening off each other in all directions. The way it could be claustrophobic but isn't.

The Whangapoua Sled House is a clever little portable beach hut designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects. The hut is situated on the shore of an idy

my dream beach cottage design

Fence with ombre pickets.like the railing and the wood siding contrasts.On a sandy cul-de-sac in Stinson Beach, California, architects Matthew Peek and Renata Ancona built an elevated modern structure beside a modest bungalow.

Two Shipping Containers Turned into a Small House pic#3

Artist Julio Garcia Builds a Light-Filled Shipping Container Home in Savannah Savannah Project-Price Street Projects – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Avava+unveils+tiny+house+that+represents+a+"completely+new+way+to+do+prefab" San Francisco-based Avava Systems has created a prefabricated micro dwelling with components that are shipped in flat-packed boxes, to enable easier transportation and assembly

Avava's tiny house represents "completely new way to do prefab"

This project, called Britespace, is the brainchild of San-Francisco-based Avava Systems. Their design consists of a prefab micro-home that can be shipped a

Low Cost House-in-a-House Made of 2 Shipping Containers

Built by JYA-RCHITECTS in Jangheung-gun, South Korea with date Images by Hwang Hyochel. This was the second “Low Cost House Series” project, sponsored by Korea Child Fund to improve a living environment fo.