via www.cargotecture.com This little shipping container house called “The Nomad” was designed for Sunset Magazine by Seattle-Based HyBrid Architecture. The home’s shell is a used 24 foot shipping container that provides 192 sq. ft. of interior living space and can sleep four people. The house has a galley kitchen, a bathroom and several exterior openings.
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