A man built a house with shipping containers and the result is fantastic

In southern Ontario in Canada, one can find this cabin in the woods made with shipping containers.

Can’t help but fall in love with this off-the-grid built home.

This project was carried out by a 29-year-old Canadian engineer, Joseph Dupuis.

The architect of this particular house built it in the woods using three shipping containers.

Shipping container habitats are structures that can be made on a shoestring budget.

This young engineer and researcher in renewable energy, was able to find a simpler and quieter place where you can feel at home.

The containers still retain their traditional exterior appearance, and it is only inside that the walls are insulated.

The metal walls are intact except for the holes drilled for the windows.

Inside, the metal plates between the containers have been removed to make way for a single open-plan room.

This space has everything you need to live comfortably.

The kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining room and bedroom share the same space.

To have energy, Joseph installed solar panels on the roof.

Since Ontario’s climate is cold most of the year, due to metal walls, the interior may not be warm enough.

Joseph declares, if necessary, he will find other solutions to properly heat his home.

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