Having a home, in the middle of nowhere, doesn’t sounds like a great idea, but when you’ll see this amazing shipping containers house, created by James Whitaker, you’ll definitely change your mind. This solar powered house, named Joshua Tree Residence is located in California and it will be finished next year.
The 200-square meter house, which incorporates a kitchen, a lounge room, and three en-suite rooms, was designed using a few shipping containers set at different diverse edges, making the fantasy of a blossom sprouting in the abandon or a structure more much the same as a different universe completely. It was intended for an anonymous film maker who has an energy for supporting imaginative undertakings, and as should be obvious, it doesn’t get substantially more innovative this.
“Earlier this year my client in LA had some friends visiting and, having a little time to spare, they all went on a road trip to visit the client’s plot of land in Joshua Tree. One of the friends said, “you know what would look great here?”, before opening her laptop to show everyone a picture she’d seen on the internet. The picture was of an office that I’d designed several years ago but had never been built, so the next time the client was in London he got in touch and asked to meet up,” declared James.
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Here have a look inside of this amazing construction!