Maximizing Space With the Help of These Shipping Container Floor Plans.
The Model 6 by Indie Dwell
Made of two 40-foot-long shipping containers offset from one another, the Model 6 features an offset layout. The main entrance is recessed, and a small hallway leads to the bathroom and two bedrooms. The kitchen is open to the living and dining space.
Front Porch Living by Custom Container Living
One 40′ shipping container covering 320 square feet with a covered front porch that extends from the end of the home. A glass door leads you into the interior which then opens into a living rooms space. The centre of the home has two glass doors that open out to the exterior and a wooden stair leading to the lofted bedroom, while the back of the home houses the kitchen with a double sink and the bathroom.
The H4 by Honomobo
The H4 is HONOMOBO’s most efficient shipping container home. Using 4 shipping containers which includes just over 700 square feet, the home features two bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a full kitchen, and one bathroom. The front of the home has a 29-foot-long glass wall that opens the home to it’s surroundings.
Live/Work 2070 by Sundog Structures
At 2,070 square feet, SunDog Structure’s bi-level structure has created a versatile container build that can be stacked pretty much anywhere. The Live/Work 2070 is constructed out of seven 40-foot-long shipping containers. Featuring an open gallery/workspace on the ground floor and a two bed/two bath layout on the second floor.
Vor 640 by Mecaworld
This home is made of one 40′ container home, making up 640 square feet of living space. This model showing a one-bedroom layout, with a flexible living space that can be converted into a second bedroom. The main bedroom measuring at 16 feet long and with a large closet.