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Absolutely Beautiful Shipping Container Home with Rooftop Deck

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Absolutely Beautiful Shipping Container Home with Rooftop Deck “It is with heavy hearts that we are selling the tiny container house that we designed and built for us on our family farm (www.resilientfarm.com), but family drama and conflict has caused us to leave the farm. Our short term intent was to use this for at least a weekend retreat, if not a full time residence and possibly add on to it with another container that was a bedroom/bath module if/once we had kids. Medium term we wanted to put it on a trailer and use it for a luxury travel trailer, and long term we thought we could give it to the kids as a honeymoon cabin and starter home, something to be passed on to future generations. More info from Tiny House Talk http://tinyhousetalk.com/tiny-container-house/#more-72134 More Videos: https://goo.gl/ZL5ANK ======================== THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! * If you like our video don't forget to press the button "Subscribe ❤" and "Like 👍" !! * Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/6xfETi
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Yeti8it (10 months ago)
I was fine with this till I saw the tiny shower . Me being a not small person would require a larger shower or tub/shower combo .
ZeoCyberG (10 months ago)
Yes, there are examples of larger people opting for smaller homes. The ability to customize virtually every aspect of them makes them extremely flexible and adaptable to virtually any need. Most of these are not intended as one size fits all but rather specifically made for each and every individual owner and their specific needs and wants. They also don't all have to be that small... People obsess about extremes but these are really just homes made to different size scales than they are used to and there's nothing stopping anyone from going to a size in between the extremes. In this case, people can combine two or more containers to create a bigger home and each can still be separated and shipped separately to still be able to move the home at a later date if that's a feature they want to have. These structures can also be made to transform with slide outs, slide ups/pop ups, fold outs, etc. So they can be smaller for transport but bigger once placed. Along with a wide range of design options... Like for a normal THOW (Tiny House On Wheels), if you eliminate the loft then you can have up to around 11 feet of headroom... Even these containers, if you get the high ceiling units, can give you over 8 feet of headroom, even with all the insulation, etc. installed... Though, most of that can be put on the exterior to maximize the interior space... So lots of options... Really, the only limits are your imagination, how much you are willing to work for it, and what will be reasonable for your budget and available resources that you can take advantage of...
ReeNikki (10 months ago)
Yeti8it Perhaps a tiny house or a small space like this would not work for larger people unless you had a custom build to accommodate your size and height. Also, consider your larger clothing will take up more space. You will need furniture that is small enough and performs multiple uses for the space and will also accommodate your size comfortably. I wonder if larger people are living small. Weight-wise, this sounds like an oxymoron. Height-wise, possibly.
ZeoCyberG (10 months ago)
This is house that was designed by FUSION Design LLC, and constructed by the principal of FUSION Design LLC, under the guidance of Yutzy Builders Inc, as a prototype for a possible future joint venture between the two companies... Meaning they can customize any part of it you want... Just take some space from something else if you want a bigger shower/bath. Or design something from scratch and they'll build it if you're not interested in their prototype... Contact information and more details of the build can be found through the link towards the Tiny House Talks article on it... Btw, a common trick in container construction is to use one of the smaller 10 foot units as a bump out for extra space. So a bump out for the bathroom can more than double that space and you are of course more flexible in the design options if you don't need to move it around a lot... The original owners of this one actually had plans to scale it up later before their plans fell through and now have to sell it...

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