Container Home Off-Grid Emergency Response Studio by Paul Villinski

When I came across this building I was wondering to post it or not as its not a shipping container home. At the same time though it has got a lot of things that can be done the same as well as some cool ideas that I haven’t seen utilized anywhere else.Container Home Off-Grid Emergency Response Studio by Paul Villinski

It was reworked from a salvaged FEMA type trailer and designed for off-grid usage. A large wall section cranks down to form up a deck area as well as having one of the best designs for natural light I have seen with a geodesic skylight giving plenty of headroom as well as plenty of natural light which would be important for a disaster situation as it would allow medical treatment in a well lit sanitized environment.Container Home Off-Grid Emergency Response Studio by Paul Villinski

A piece of the siding was also replaced to open up the building. During its construction many of the original fittings and parts were removed taking out many things such as toxic paints etc. the insulation is from recycled denim, cabinets made from renewable bamboo, reclaimed wood and linseed oil floor tiles have made it a green unit in many ways and lets not forget the solar panels that were also added.

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