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This little shipping container house called “The Nomad” was designed for Sunset Magazine by Seattle-Based HyBrid Architecture. The house has a galley kitchen, a bathroom and several exterior openings.

Modern Style House Plan - 1 Beds 1 Baths 480 Sq/Ft Plan #484-4 Floor Plan - Other Floor Plan - Houseplans.com

GREEN PLANS —TINY HOUSE floorplans—tiny modern cottage home plan Love the openness of the couch facing out the windows.

Located 20 minutes outside of Chattanooga, TN, this tiny house was handcrafted with recycled materials and has a rooftop deck.

Located 20 minutes outside of Chattanooga, TN, this tiny house was handcrafted with recycled materials and has a rooftop deck. We stayed in one next door. Owners are super nice guys and the tiny houses are well built and comfortable.

The camper measures in at 28 feet long, and includes 269 square feet of living space. Inside the confines of the mobile cabin you’ll find two lofts providing sleeping quarters, dining space, a kitchen complete with full-size range, fridge and microwave, along with a full bathroom below one of the sleeping quarters. All in all, there’s enough room for you and 5 of your friends.

The camper measures in at 28 feet long, and includes 269 square feet of living space. Inside the confines of the mobile…

Shipping Container Homes, Meka World: One of the Smartest Ways to House Yourself | Busyboo Design Blog

Shipping Container Homes, Meka World: One of the Smartest Ways to House Yourself

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows, on a budget of $500. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade made of windows of varying sizes, giving it an artistic flair that is both rustic and modern. More than anything, though, it is a representation of the couple's diligent and penny-pinching efforts.

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade (.