The new Shipping Container Home Design is based around one forty foot container and four twenty foot containers. It features a large sun room built on top of the forty foot shipping container. The lower level is a two car garage, workshop and gust bedroom with a single bath. The second level up is the main living room and Kitchen that opens up into the sun room. The top level is the master bedroom and bath with a large porch. The roof of the top container has been shown as a hot tub area with tree top heights. The main porch has a portion that overhangs the lower containers and a sitting area surrounds the tree that protrudes through the decking.
This ISBU Home is built on a 20 foot long used shipping container frame. This particular rendition is modeled after a hunting cabin or a nice little getaway home in the woods. It features a spacious loft with pop-up skylight for star gazing and ventilation. Located below the bed is a workshop with a mini kitchenette and sink. In the center is a small living room with a pull out couch for guests. In front of the couch are a set of double doors cut in the side of the shipping container that open up to a small porch. At the front end of the container where the main bay doors are located you have a fold down office area. When not in use the desktops fold up and out of the way. Lastly we have a rooftop porch. With the containers solid steel frame, a second container can easily be stacked on top as well.
The first picture is a screen shot from the 3D modeling program I use to design these container homes. The following three are renders with some simple textures applied. The last two have the front and back walls removed to show the detail and layout.
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Currently working on a 4 story container home that’ll be built in Valdese, NC. Stay tuned for updated renders and construction progress updates.