Container Home Studio 320

Published in Shipping Container Homes |

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Located on a riverside plot, this prefab home is made from two 20′ shipping containers, which are slid past one another by 6 feet.

This prefab container studio includes a durable finish plywood great room that is three-quarters of its total space, plus a separate bathroom and sleeping area.

Model: Studio 320.
Total floor space: 320 sq. ft.
Green features: Green fern-based roof and propane supplements ecological energy sources for ‘off the grid’ living.

Container home design: Hhybrid Seattle.
Manufacturer location: Seattle, Washington.
Prefab plans: N/A.
Prices: N/A.

By | May 21st, 2009

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  1. shelley says:

    hi,

    is shipping available to South America and what is the average cost of the studio model with off grid availabililty.

    Kindly
    Shelley

  2. Laura says:

    what is avg cost of this for US

  3. C.Bastiaanse says:

    Some more information please.Prices.
    thank you ,Christien

  4. Brad says:

    Hello,
    I am interested in buying a prefab container home or somthing like it. I would like to know more about this stoodio 320. Does it have a kitchen? Is there framing on the inside? How much to buy one? How much too ship one to Los Angeles?
    Thank you
    Brad

  5. Bernard Mager says:

    Hi Team,

    We are interested in your Home Studio 320.
    It is possible to ship this to New Zealand and, if so, what would the total cost be.

    Best regards

    Bernard

  6. Sean Latham says:

    Very cool and ndustrial looking. Available for purchase and delivery to illinois? Would like prices and info please. Also, do you do custom projects? Look forward to interfacing with you.

  7. Mike Wohnung says:

    How cool is that. Would like to get that and set in into the cool German mountain settings that I live in!

Any thoughts?