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This Woman Transforms Old Containers Into Her Dream House

Canadian Claudie Dubreuil created her dream house out of 4 old containers.


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We’ve seen different architectural designs of houses, most of them unique and practical. But Canadian Claudie Dubreuil is taking uniqueness and practicality to a new level. Claudie chose to use four metal containers to build her dream house—yep, those huge metal shipping containers!

She got the help of an engineering company and was able to find four shipping containers. In a short time of creativity and hard work, they were able to spruce up these old containers into a surprisingly beautiful home!

Source: Newsner

Acquiring the containers were easy, then comes the hard part. They started off by wielding the containers together according to Claudie’s design.

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This is how the skeleton looked like. It doesn’t seem like much yet except that the structure is large, so let’s move one with the next photos.

Source: Collections Dubreuil

The transformation on the exterior of the housing skeleton looks awesome. As for the interior of Claudia’s dream house, here are the photos.

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

Source: Collections Dubreuil

 

The results were amazingly stunning, her design and creativity can inspire others to do the same. So, what about you, how do you want your dream house to be made?

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Engineer. Writer. Artist. Gamer. Musician. She dreams of building a time machine and help kittens take over the world. Is secretly the pink power ranger in real life.

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  1. it’s fascinating but at the same time, i’m a little bit worried about the strength of the materials. If the containers are too old and rusty, wouldn’t that be a problem in the long run?

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