These Rusty Shipping Containers Look Abandoned, But Look Inside And… WOW, I Just Can’t Believe It!

I thought that the only use of shipping containers was the transport of goods by sea and train, but I couldn’t be more wrong.
There are a number of spectacular houses made from shipping containers all around the world, with incredibly detailed interiors and huge glass windows that make these cozy spaces amazingly bright.

Are you still thinking that you wouldn’t live in a shipping container? I guess you will change your mind before the end of the article.

1. This modern and elegant home in Redondo Beach. Can you believe it’s made from shipping containers?

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It even has a pool!

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What makes this home even more special is the living room’s glass wall, that can be entirely opened.

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2. This home in Savannah, Georgia, surrounded by nature (by Price Street Projects).

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The inside is incredibly spacious!

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Simple and classy at the same time.

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The contrast with the exterior is quite impressive.

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3. This is Six Oax by David Fenster of Modulus, located in the Santa Cruz mountains, California

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The attention for the details is remarkable in this one.

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Even the stairs look cool.

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One of the house’s huge windows.

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The external part is not so bad to be a shipping container.

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4. This one is located in New Zealand, right in front of the sea.

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The night atmosphere is amazing.

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The fireplace is its touch of class.

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5. This awesome shipping container/house is located in Quebec, Canada, and looks like a nice mountain chalet.

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6. This one is located in San Antonio, Texas, designed by Poteet Architects.

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It has a living room, a studio, one bathroom and this nice patio.

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The inside is warm and comfortable.

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A touch of red for the bathroom.

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The patio.

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7. This one is so big it has another house inside!

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Unbelievable!

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8. Located in El Tiemblo, Spain. They used four containers for its construction.

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A bedroom.

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The patio.

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9. This Colorado home had a pre-existing structure, to which they added two containers (by Studio H:T).

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10. If I didn’t know it, I would never imagine this was made from shipping containers!

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I’m 100% jealous now…

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11. This is located in the Mojave desert. Just amazing.

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12. In San Jose Costa Rica, there is this amazing house, probably my favorite of the entire list. The budget for its construction was $40,000.

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Gorgeous…

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Bright and spacious…

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The living room.

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Bathroom with a view.

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The bedroom.

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13. This Flagstaff, Arizona house is made from six shipping containers.

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The interiors are detailed.

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There’s also a small terrace.

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