Compact House Made Of Shipping Containers
This shipping container home in Majorca, Spain was designed by Espai Fly. This is a small mobile construction made of three container modules prefabricated and brought on site for assembling. The house includes everything a house should. There is a small bedroom with spacious wardrobe and a huge window that overlooks the neighbouring roofs. There is also a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a small yard with an eating area and even a tiled pool.
The house is assembled to feature a canopy-like element to protect the yard from the sun. There is a spiral staircase that leads to the bedroom which is inside that upper container module. It’s equipped with the wooden plank screen that covers the window from the sun.
The living area has the glass walls that open to the enclosed Japanese cherry tree that separates it from the kitchen and courtyard. The lime green block with a built-in TV adds a pop of color to the modern light interior design. The sofa features a wooden base that opens and turns into a storage unit. At the side there is a table with chairs that could be used both as eating spot or a desk.
The bathroom is small-spaced but it includes the shower as well as a storage unit. The kitchen is also compact but features all the necessary amenities like stove, washbasin and a cooking surface. There also an open shelve and a cupboard.
The courtyard terrace is covered with wooden plank floor and features a tiled pool with the wooden steps providing access to it. There are also planter pots that add to the decor.
The house was made to be mobile as well so it could be disassembled any time and moved. The designers and architects made the most of the space fitting all the necessary elements like storage, outdoor space, and a bookshelf to the house.
Compact Shipping Container House
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