Building a home is a complex, exciting, and time-consuming process. To begin with, you need to understand what kind of home you would like to have. Some people dream of a mobile home, while others prefer a comfortable apartment. Architectural designer Will Breaux didn't want to have a typical cottage or a mansion on his lot, so he came up with the idea of building a house out of shipping containers.
First, the designer planned the layout of the house
Will designed a three-story house with a terrace and a small parking space. The designer studied the nuances of erecting such structures and prepared a three-dimensional layout.
It took 11 containers to carry out the project
The containers were joined together to form the house and all the necessary utilities were installed. Then the emerging construction was insulated and the interior decoration began.
The house is ready for moving in
The shipping containers are strong, fireproof, and wind-resistant, so they are ideal for building houses.
This is how it looks at night
Will has made the interior design by himself
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A spacious living room
Enough room for all Will's friends
Stylish shower room
Every detail has been carefully thought out
Even an aviary for parrots
Will Breaux has built a 2,500-square-foot dream home which stands out among ordinary houses, surprising with its unusual materials. Will has shown that even something like a shipping container can be given new life!
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