Infill Container Home Designed by Leger Wanaselja – San Francisco bay, U.S.A.

This project was based on three shipping containers from which home designer Leger Wanaselja transformed into a luxury modular home. Its located on eastern hills above San Francisco Bay. The advantage of using shipping containers in this design is that it offers a structured uniform look that only adds to the buildings character as well as the containers themselves are ideal for this purpose due to the design and nature of them because they exceed many of the building standards that would be required for construction at the same time cheap to work with and buy.

How the containers are used is 2 40ft containers are stacked while on the other side another 40ft was cut and stacked leaving the central area as the sitting room and stairwell area which was opened up by a high glass wall from floor to ceiling.

 

Infill Container Home Design by Leger Wanaselja

 

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Infill Container Home Design by Leger Wanaselja

Container home – Modular weeHouse – Wisconsin USA

An interesting name for an interesting house. This modular home is something that is being sold in Burlington, Wisconsin, the Manilow weeHouse is a prefab getaway-home with blue and yellow container sidings. Designed by Alchemy Architects, the weeHouse is a prefabricated, modular structure ranging from 341 sf studio and up to 2090 sf full home. Its ideal for a getaway or simply a nice simple home with wide open frontage giving the best access to nature in comfort. I could see many holiday places wanting to buy these for holiday use as they are perfect for the small family on holiday.Container home - Modular WeeHouse Container home - Modular WeeHouse Container home - Modular WeeHouseimage Container home - Modular WeeHouse Container home - Modular WeeHouse Container home - Modular WeeHouse