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The Maison Container, DYI Container House

french architect patrick partouche has recently completed 'maison container lille', a single family residence created from eight shipping containers within the countryside of lille, france.

Designed by studio James & Mau Arquitectura and built by Infiniski, the Casa El Tiamblo is made of four 40 foot shipping containers. Located in El Tiemblo in the province of Ávila, Spain, this 2,045 square-foot residence was completed within six months for a budget of 140,000 euros. More shipping container houses here               More shipping container houses here Photos by Pablo Sarabia

Shipping Container House in El Tiemblo by James & Mau Arquitectura and Infiniski

This well crafted shipping container home can be found in El Tiemblo, Spain and was the idea of James & Mau Arquitectura. Formed out of 4 x shipping containers it has an area of over

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In building seems many prefer building with wood but I must admit the idea of a reused steel container is appealing. I’m certain in extreme weather conditions and earthquakes a steel building would be a much safer place to be than a stick build house.

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Maison Container Lille is a Bold Industrial Home Made of 8 Shipping Containers in France Container House Lille-Patrick Partouche Architecte – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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11 Tips You Need To Know Before Building A Shipping Container Home

Do this for a tiny wooden house.  Just hinge a deck to the side of the house that can fold up if you have to move it.  Build in legs for the deck for when it's down, and that also fold up when you move.  -  To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia

Do this for a tiny wooden house. Just hinge a deck to the side of the house that can fold up if you have to move it. Build in legs for the deck for when it's down, and that also fold up when you move. - To connect with us, and our community of people

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