Container home

A pool house on the Gold Coast.

Our clients on Gold Coast reached out with an exciting idea. They wanted to connect two small containers to originate a pool house with a full-size bedroom, bathroom and small kitchen + BBQ zone. Check out the result:

Container home

An Eco-retreat in Sydney

Our clients from Sydney came up with the idea of having an eco-retreat made of two 40ft self-contained container cabins for their clients. Check out the result:

Container home

A granny flat on the Gold Coast

A couple from Gold Coast approached us with the idea of having a granny flat to host their parents coming to stay with them for several months. We designed a self-contained container home with a bedroom, bathroom, and spacious kitchen-living space for them. Check out the results:

Container home

A house for a family in Coffs Harbour

Our clients from NSW needed a temporary house while constructing their main house. They asked us to design a two-bedroom container home made of one 40ft container as they had a baby. Once the main house is ready, they will use their container home as a granny flat. Check out the result:

Container home

A farmhouse in Bangalow

Our clients needed a farmhouse for their beautiful macadamia farm. And they needed it very fast, just in 3 months before winter hits. Their container homes made of 2x40ft containers connected in L-shape was entirely custom-designed, constructed and delivered just in 3 months. It has high range finishes and an astonishing design. Check out the results:

Container home

A family house on Macleay Island

Our clients’ family had a block of land on Macleay Island, but the construction logistics on the Island was too hectic. So they opted for a container home, which can be constructed at our factory and delivered to the Island ready. We custom-designed for them a  2x40ft container home with a big glass hall between them. Check out the results:

These container homes were custom-designed for our clients, start designing yours today.



When it comes to purchasing a container home, many clients try to find something already constructed. Although it seems to be an easy solution, they later have a lot of problems furnishing it. Randomly cut windows and doors result in the impossibility of installing wardrobes, cabinets, sofas, tables, etc. We encourage our clients to work with our designer on a complete layout showing exactly how the space will be divided and where each piece of furniture will go. So if you are thinking about purchasing a container home, work with a designer on a detailed project before construction. If you want to know more about the design of your container home, email us your questions.
Sure. Before we start construction, we’ll sit down with you and discuss your vision for your home. We’ll talk about wall colours, flooring, bathroom tiles, appliances, furniture options, and more. We want to make sure that your home is exactly the way you want it, so we’ll work with you to make sure that all of your ideas are incorporated into the design. The sky is the limit when it comes to designing your container home, and we can’t wait to help you bring your vision to life.
Our in-house designer is experienced in designing container homes. She will work with you to create a detailed project plan that includes interior and exterior design, furniture suggestions for every room, veranda design, kitchen design, and an accurate floor plan. We will also prepare 3D sketches so you can see exactly how your container home will look after it is completed.

If you’re considering a container home, you may be wondering what will happen to your beloved furniture. Luckily, our designer can check how your furniture will fit in your new home. In addition, she can help you select new furniture that will complement your Container Home’s unique style. With our help, you can make sure that your Container Home is both stylish and functional.

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