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Columbus is a luxury chalet in the Saint-Hippolyte forest, built with innovative and environmentally friendly recycled shipping containers.
The Columbus project gets us in our biological qualities, notwithstanding our enthusiasm for a plan that is strange. Inside architect Sarah-Maude from Aragon had known about development of houses in reused containers and that roused her immensely. The project created in the Laurentians all through the winter and the first is currently finished!
The benefit of building a house in containers?
From a development perspective, it is for the most part that there is no essential system to assemble and everything depends on said containers which are conveyed in one day. For the individuals who stress: Don’t stress, they are all around protected for our Quebec winters! Likewise, the protection is done all things considered, so there is no loss of room inside the containers.
A few neighborhood craftsmans dealt with outfitting the enrichment, for example, UNIC – Eco-capable skilled worker , Rustik Meubles and Design , Montréal Machinand more! The windows are great and feature every one of the rooms. The prison dividers add surface to the rooms and the wood utilized widely intensifies the rural and warm part of the spot.
They likewise recorded the entire procedure from the main day of development until the last conveyance in an arrangement accessible on their Facebook page!
To rent this beautiful house, you can reach the Airbnb page here.
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