Sorry for the lapse in our ever-so inspiring cabin posts. Glad to let you know that our catalog of cabins is back in action and here for your viewing pleasure every Monday. If you have one that you think will make the cut, just send us a comment below and we'll do our best to get it in the line up. Without further adieu, The Shipping Container Cabin. Leave it to the Canadians to impress us with their skills.
Joesph Dupuis, a 29 year old engineer and renewable energy researcher, took the leap into a quieter life and made a 355 sq. ft. single floor plan from three shipping containers.
The house is fueled by rooftop solar panels, which generate enough energy to run the neighboring workshop, made from two additional shipping containers. A wood-fired stove and heated floors "warm the place in the long Canadian winters, which can bring brutal low temps and tons of snow. " He has plans to add a fourth shipping container as a second story with a glass ceiling for star gazing. The possibilities are endless, and this is just one fine example that's out there.