Container Home MDU

Published in Shipping Container Homes |

container-home-mdu

This prefab Mobile Dwelling Unit (MDU) is constructed from one recycled shipping container and various sub-volumes that extrude along its side, providing living and working spaces as well as storage. The interior of the container and the sub-volumes are prefabricated entirely out of plywood and plastic coated plywood.

When traveling, these sub-volumes are pushed in, filling the entire container and leaving it in its original form for worldwide standardized shipping. When in use, all sub-volumes are pushed out, creating accessible and functional spaces.

Model: MDU.
Total floor space: N/A.
Prefab home design: LOT-EK.
Manufacturer location: New York.
Prefab plans: N/A.
Prices: N/A.

By | December 9th, 2009

  1. mr. coskun aksakal says:

    I am realy positive about yours MDU 40 foof cargo container design. I am thinking to produce this MDA in Turkey with your cooperation. Because there is no this kind of fantastic container using in here. Its using for only construction workers are in need of shelter. Please let me know details such as price or etc..
    Regards
    Coskun A.

  2. charles kendley says:

    I am very interested in the container home MDU. Can you please send me more information on pricing, shipping and designs for upstate New York and I do it for under 110.000
    using 6 40 footy container.

  3. Leigth G says:

    Could u please send me some info on how and where to buy one of these

  4. Will Lewis says:

    I’m looking at moving to Panama and this would be perfect as my new beach house. Could you please send me some more information, costs, and pictures? Thanks!

  5. David Knapp says:

    I am very interested in the container home MDU. Can you please send me more information on pricing, shipping and designs for these to Hawaii as soon as possible. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you soon. David Knapp

  6. could i have more designs including these and exact pricing and shipping to trinidad west indies asap!
    thanks much
    samuel duncan
    1 868 356 9731
    samuelduncan@rocketmail.com

Any thoughts?