Step by step guide to build your own container home!

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 Step by step guide to build your own container home!

If you want to build your own container house there are many things you should consider first, surely you’ve consulted many websites , including this one, looking for a guide that allows you to help you build your own shipping container home… But it is difficult to find a place where they explain you it correctly and especially all the entire process to build a container house, allways they are missing some steps , plans, architectural details …

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What you really need is a professional manual that you can trust , where all the steps are explained with all the details! and not a single youtube video or a website that brings you hardly anything …

I would highly recommend you to download this guide, here absolutely everyone can find whatever is needed to build a container home, or even if you want to enter in the business of building container houses, definitely it’s a good opportunity. Note that if you aren’t satisfied with this product, you have 60 days to ask for a refund of your money to clickbank.

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“Tree” residence

This is the residence tree, designed by James Whitaker. The house imitates the shape of a small shrub of the desert and is built with containers, powered by solar energy, and with breathtaking views of the desert.
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Off the grid box

Off the grid box is a small container fully qualified to create electrical energy and store water. Through its solar panels, turbines and batteries provide energy where it is not possible to access it, and thanks to the same solar panels collect rainwater depositing it inside for later use. No doubt a great idea to […]
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Ecuador hotel project

Here you have the work of the Hotel Mamallacta in Ecuador, devised and projected by Felipe Escudero you can see the renders and the beginning of the construction. The hotel is located at 3,800 meters above sea level and is half-buried to reduce the visual impact of the construction.
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Portable Chillout for Events

Portable chill-out for transient events or even camping. Made with a container of 20 feet this covered and easily transportable space allows us to install it wherever we want in a matter of minutes, providing shelter in a very fashionable way.
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Offices with containers in Copenhagen

The north port of Copenhagen is undergoing great transformation as the city grows, and parts of the old port become new dependencies. This project of Arcgency has created temporary management offices, where the occupation of the new spaces of the port are administered. The offices built with containers are 3 stories high and its spectacular […]
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KontenerART

In Poznand, Poland, they have created the city of art also known as KontenerART, a space created by young artists to share ideas, carry out activities, exhibitions, workshops, etc. Numerous spaces are available for entities and artists free of charge until the end of August. The central square was filled with sand to make the […]
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North West Walls

Several artists decorate shipping containers for the North West Walls fair. The project consists of stacking numerous containers and then proposing to several internationally renowned artists to graph them. The fair took place in Werchter, Belgium.
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Hai D3 Offices

Hai D3 are offices located in Dubai for the development and incubation of projects. The entire complex is in the design district of Dubai, and is built with 40-feet containers. The building has a passive cooling system very interesting, made with towers of ventilation, something very characteristic of the vernacular architecture of the desert.
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