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  • Alex Gorosh

    These are very cool. I'm curious about how sustainable they actually are though, specifically with regards to insulation. With all those windows, seems like it would be hard to control the inside temp. Regardless, I want one.

    • Jenny Groza

      Good question. The photos look like they were all taken in mild climates, so maybe they're not good in the cold. I would live in one even if it meant having to wear a Snuggie at all times during Nov-Mar. I'd like to make it clear that I don't currently own a Snuggie, but I'd be willing to purchase one to live in one of these houses.

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    This is awesome. All things that take advantage of the materials in which they are shipped are pretty sweet, and to make an amazing home in this vein is incredible. would love to see the video footage of how one of these shipping containers unfolds.