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Click this link to learn how to build a container home yourself: http://bit.ly/ContainerHomeGuide Shipping container architecture is a form of architecture using steel intermodal containers (shipping containers) as structural element. It is also referred to as cargotecture, a portmanteau of cargo with architecture. The use of containers as a building material has grown in popularity of the past several years due to their inherent strength, wide availability, and relatively low expense. Homes have also been built with containers because they are seen[who?] as more eco-friendly than traditional building materials such as brick and cement. Learn how to build a container [More]
Specifications are:- Earthquake conditions: (1st degree earthquake zone) effective ground acceleration coefficient: A0=0,4 Climate conditions: Production is made based on 3rd climate zone Snow load value: 80 Kg/m2 ( varies depending on where assembly.) Wind speed value: 80 km/h (50 Kg/ m²)
Flat-Pack (Prefab house)is a type of modular products designed by using the steel frame and light-weight wall panels system. One Flat-Pack consists of top frame, bottom frame, 4 posts and 14 pieces exchangeable wall panels. It can be flattened for easy transporting.
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“Duany Flatpack Prefab Unveiled, 1000 Shelters to be Donated to Haiti ” “Just after the tragic earthquake in Haiti, we wrote about the plans from renowned Miami architect Andres Duany for a temporary flat pack housing system. The initial design proposed a small cabin style home with a simple frame, netted sides and a supported awning. Over the past month Duany conducted research together with sociologists and anthropologists to refine the design for 1000 of these houses that will be donated to Haiti by composite panel manufacturer Innovida. During his research, Duany says that his team was able to identify [More]
Fantastic Flat-Pack Prefab Cabins by Form and Forest “Form and Forest is the brainchild of brothers Jeff and Ryan Jordan, where Jeff owns and runs a prefab manufacturing company in the Calgary area and Ryan is an industrial designer. The designs for the cabins were created by D’Arcy Jones Design and include five different cabins based on prefab, flat-pack design methodology. The cabins are named after outdoor and frontier themes like, the Cowboy, Lookout, Ranger, Settler and Trapper, and they come in sizes as small as 400 sq ft up to 1500 sq ft. After selecting the cabin of your [More]
Form and Forest’s Beautiful Flat Pack Prefab Concept in British Columbia “Last year, Form and Forest came out with a fantastic line of flat pack prefab cabins for which it won a 2009 Canadian Architect Annual Award of Excellence. With so many concepts already out there, the newbie prefab maker decided they needed to prove how good their cabins would look in real life. The company recently completed a Pioneer cabin in Golden, British Columbia with a single-pitch shed roof, prefabricated wall system and ICF foundation. Form and Forest is the brainchild of brothers Jeff and Ryan Jordan, where Jeff [More]
185 Sq. Ft. Tall Tiny House: Prefab/Flat-Pack POD-iDLADLA ~ You are looking at the POD-iDladla micro house. It’s a prefab POD concept designed to be cheap to build, easy to ship, and easy to set up. This tiny home is designed by South African architect Clara da Cruz Almeida while the interior is designed by Dokter and Misses. The home offers just 185 sq. ft. of space inside or 221 sq. ft. if you include the outdoor deck. When you go inside you’ll notice the kitchen and upstairs sleeping loft right away. The high ceilings help make the loft space [More]

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