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Container House in El Tiemblo – Spain

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Today we will show you the container house from Spain.

For this house, designed by James & Mau Arquitectura, a team of architects specializing in container houses. Concept in this design Focusing on the use of unused resources and reapplying them.

This two story container house consists of four 40′ High Cube shipping containers assembled in L-shape structure. There are living room, kitchen, bathroom and area for visitors (with a small living room and two bedrooms for guests) on the ground floor and study, bathroom and master bedroom on the second floor.

The area of the site is over an elevation of 1,100 meters, so it is a virus place in winter and environmental biomass warming framework is utilized for warming. The fundamental veneer arranged toward the south on the shocking perspectives on the valley and close by mountain while accepting direct beams of the sun in winter to warm the primary outside exterior.

Two trees situated close to southern divider, so sun radiation is step by step consumed by the vegetation, which makes an external green skin to shield the house from heat in summer. The association of entryways and windows permits a reviving regular ventilation. The internal walled in area is made of cellulose fiber protection from reused newsprint and stopper in certain spots. The house accomplishes a 70% (estimated by weight) of reused and reused segments. Taps and sterile hardware have low water utilization.

The development framework works on a measured plan, with some prefab subtleties to diminish transport expenses and contamination on location. The secluded framework proposes the full acknowledgment of the house incorporating conceivable quick and predictable space extension in the event that the customer needs change after some time.

Architects: James & Mau
Area: 190.0 m2
Location: El Tiemblo, Spain
Budget: 140.000 €
Year: 2010
Builder: Infiniski
Building time: 6 months
Furniture / Decoration: Becara
Photos: Pablo Sarabia

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