Tiny homes and shipping container homes are usually created as cheaper alternatives to traditional houses, but Doug Burdge and Nate Garnero designed a new type of shipping container tiny homes that are luxurious and the price starts at $96,000!
The tiny homes are called "Buhaus" which comes from "Bauhaus" a german style known for geometric and linear shapes, and Malibu which is where the two men roots are.
The design was also inspired by the Woolsey Fire that happened in California back in 2018. The two architects wanted to created something that is self-sustaining and resilient. Their design is luxurious and fully customizable!
The 160-square-feet tiny home include one large living space and a separate room for the bathroom. There is also an option to add a deck. They are fully customizable so there is endless options for the exterior and interior finishes.
You can even get your Buhaus in a camouflage exterior if you wish to use it "off the grid" in the forest or the wilderness!
Because of their fire resistant material, the tiny homes are not meant to be used as temporary housing. The exterior is made out of a polished style aluminium which looks really good especially at night.
Are you curious to see the interior? It is actually quite luxurious! There is oak panels in the living room area.
The main area space includes a Murphy bed in the wall that unfolds in the living room when needed. Looks really cozy. And once again, all the finishes are fully customizable. Which one do you prefer?
On another wall, you can unfold a desk out from the wall to enjoy dinner or get some work done and use it as office space.
The big surprise of the tiny home is the bathroom! It is so luxurious. If you plan on using the tiny home near a beach, you can add an outdoor shower to keep your home clean.
The beautiful bathroom opens up to create an outdoor/indoor living space.
There is also a small closet and a stunning pedestal sink the in the bathroom.
The sale should start in spring 2020 starting at $96,000 - not cheap!
What do you think of this tiny shipping container home? Would you spend this much money on it?