One giant little home. Built a few years ago in New Zealand's hilly capital where imaginative town planners prevail, Wellington is home to some wonderful inexpensive and innovative design ideas for living in. Here, two shipping containers sit atop a third creating a unique and distinctive living space close to a beautifully rugged coastline.
And the seal colony at Red Rocks...
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
One Man's Small Footprint...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 2:31 PM
Labels: container house, imaginative town planners, innovative design, lateral thinking, living in tiny spaces, living large in small spaces, outside the square, tiny footprint, Wellington
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Lot's of imagination but to many stairs for this old gal.ReplyDelete
Stairs save you from the gym!ReplyDelete
What looks to be a fairly spacious living space on what might otherwise be a useless bit of real estate. Very creative, wish there were more pictures as I'm quite curious regarding what looks to be glass panels connecting the first two containers to the hillside. Some sort of atrium is it?ReplyDelete
More photos please! esp of the interior!ReplyDelete