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Shipping Container Homes

Trying to get on the property ladder but live in a place where home prices are ludicrous? These shipping container conversions by Honomobo can be a low-cost, efficient way to build a home. Using repurposed shipping containers, the Canadian company creates modern homes for single individuals and small families. Simply pick your location and choose from several sizes and configurations, these go from the HO2, a small 352 square foot house with an open plan, a full bathroom and functional kitchen, to a the HO4, the company’s largest house, with four containers stitched together to create a beautiful, spacious, two bedroom suite in 640 square feet. These glass houses also use modern technology, highly efficient heating and cooling systems and high-grade insulation to squeeze the best possible energy consumption out of each home. Whether you´re looking for a permanent home, a home office, or a lake front getaway, Honomobo will have it ready for you, whatever your purpose, in just 10 weeks. watch the video below



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LOT 6 CABIN

Designed be Seattle–based Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects, the Chechaquo Lot 6 Cabin is nestled at the base of a dramatic rocky butte in the woods of Washington. The sleek 1,100-square-foot retreat features a black exterior finish to minimize visual distractions from the beautiful landscape, and has large windows alongside glazed doors, and an expansive 785-square-foot wooden deck to tie the cabin into the surroundings. The cabin has two-bedrooms, a kitchen, li...
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BIKE SHELF

This is a very smart creation. Designer Chris Brigham, after a spell doing graphic design created is own furniture line called Knife & Saw. After noticing there´s a void when it comes to elegant bike management solutions, he decided to do something to fix this problem. The shelf is made from solid walnut wood and suspended by a solid steel square mount. You can showcase your bike and utilize the shelf for books....
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HEAVY DUTY FAN | BY VORNADO

The Vornado Heavy Duty Fan is sure to become your most valuable piece of equipment during the hot summer months. This rugged fan has a nearly indestructible body and steel base, it features a ball-bearing motor that never needs oiling and is dust resistant, it can move air 100 feet!...
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