In partnership with Seattle’s HyBrid Architecture, we’re taking reuse and recycle to new levels. Built from a 192-square-foot converted shipping container, the studio cottage features a kitchen, bathroom, living space, built-in bedding, and outdoor deck. Its petite scale makes it ideal for urban density or vacation property applications.
In a related article about the cargotecture movement, HyBrid says the Cargotecture c192 Nomad is a complete small retreat home that sleeps up to four and can be 100% off-the-grid, shipped anywhere in the world and the home may last 400 years. The Nomad is factory complete at $59,000 in 30 to 60 days.
Bonus link: If you like shipping container homes, check out this amazing modern home for $40K in Costa Rica (Inhabitat).