Container House Plans – The Original “Oblique” Container House!
The Oblique Container House
Size: 1,042 sq. ft. Style: Modern Lot Type: Suburban, Urban Depth: 20 ft. Width: 46 ft. Levels: 2 units: 9 Beds: 3 Baths: 2 full Hotwater:In cavity Elec: 240 v Heating: Solar & In floor radiant Mech: Natural & Air EX Plumbing: PEX Climate: Any Floor R-Value: 26 Wall R-Value: 30 Roof R-Value: 45 Presentation Kit
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Description Using a combining of SIP (Structural Insulated Panel) technology and re-purposed HQ shipping containers, The Oblique is an innovative sustainable living arrangement for the ordinary householder and barely under 1,100 square ft.
The ground level container home floor design has an open floor design for entertainment along with Living room and a place to dine. There also is a Kitchen, Pantry, restroom and Guest bedchamber. The open stairs provides modular entertaining warehousing underneath and assisting in the “open feeling” of the space (which seems to always be a big priority of potential homeowners).
Many of us, when speaking about a shipping container home, have an immediate impression that there will be hardly any space or extra “elbow room” when talking about the area square footage of container homes. However, the majority of new container house owners seem to change their minds after walking around inside of one that is fully furnished!
At the 2nd floor landing there’s an open office space, a laundry/utility room, restroom and the 2 left over sleeping bedrooms. This container house is idealistic for a little family needing to construct a low-cost, innovative, sustainable container house on a fair but affordable budget that brings forth the most effective use of space for purpose without taking away any of your comfortableness.
As contrary to a week-long plaster coating, an entire shipping container home can be dry walled in 1 or 2 days by 2 dry wallers (who are experienced ), and dry wall is not difficult to use so it usually can be set up by several non-professional container house carpenters.
Plywood production calls for a good log, called a “peeler“, which is normally straighter and bigger in diameter than one required for processing into dimensioned lumber by a sawmill.
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