Greetings from Canada! 🙂 What a great year it has been for The Casa Club so far with all these exclusives! Today we are lucky to share with you what we might call a VIP here on the site. Todd McMillan, the owner and builder […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Ready for another The Casa Club exclusive?! Well buckle up because today we are lucky enough to share with you a newly built tiny container home from Container Built. This home isn’t even listed on their website yet! See? Stick with […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Maybe it’s the changing leaves in Texas (finally!) that has us at The Casa Club loving all the cozy cabins we are finding! And today is no exception! Adam from HoneyBox INC. built this stunning off-grid shipping container cabin on top […]
Greetings from Canada again! 🙂 Yesterday Container Built shared with us at The Casa Club exclusive photos on their The Huntsmen Container Cabin, which was sold for $35,000 Canadian dollars. But the container home goodies don’t stop there! We also got a look at the […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Get ready for to see the container cabin of your dreams, because The Huntsmen from Container Built is just that and more! We reached out to Container Built for the exclusive on this cabin and they did not disappoint! The Huntsmen […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Very exciting that we are sharing another The Casa Club exclusive with you, our readers and followers, today! This is Toronto’s very first permanent shipping container house.
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 After just sharing an awesome shipping container home + office in Spain, we are swinging on over to Canada for this impressive structure. Do you remember when we oohhed and ahhhed over this shipping container cabin? Well it turns out that […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 We at The Casa Club have a real treat for you today, the owner and builder of Ben Homes in Canada gave us the exclusive on his personal tiny shipping container cabin! The pictures are stunning! I wish I was overselling […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 This tiny container cabin, designed by Dwell20 is a fantastic, modern looking country getaway that is at home in any season. Built from Corten corrugated steel, it has the durability to withstand heavy ice and snow as well as any tree […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Using seven recycled shipping containers, architect Bernard Morin and wife Joyce Labelle built this contemporary residence in St. Adele, Quebec. The home is the first of many to come for their new company, Maison Idekit, which will help homeowners turn […]
Greetings from TCCHQ! 🙂 Today is a special post in honor of my birthday 🙂 I recently did a poll on The Casa Club’s Instagram asking if you wanted me to write some “Top or Best” type of posts. The response from The Casa Club’s […]
Greetings from Quebec! 🙂 If this tiny shipping container loft/studio doesn’t just take your breath away, I don’t know what will. I mean look at these photos!! Built in 2015, this recycled container by M. CONSTRUK.NER completely designed by Maryse Mainville and sold as […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Want a relaxing experience like no other? Check out this shipping container cottage! Tucked away in the idyllic forest of Bobcaygeon is a cabin built of shipping containers. Built in 2015, the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association
Greetings from Canada again! 🙂 Do you remember that incredible shipping container house I just posted about with all the beautiful snow? Not only did Honomobo build the HO4+ house, here is the HO2! 🙂
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Today’s shipping container home is sure to make your jaw drop. If not from the stunning, modern features then possibly from the impressive price tag. Made from 4 forty foot shipping containers, Honomobo has presented us with a beautiful beast.
Greetings from Quebec! 🙂 Built from two shipping containers in Quebec, Canada, this gorgeous home called La Maison Conteneur I (The Container Home I) provides its resident and builder Claudie Drubeuil with 1,920 square feet (178.4 sq. m) of luxurious living. The home features three […]
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 Today is all about cargo containers and Canadian pride. The All Terrain Cabin (ATC) comes from BC-based design and local business collective, BARK, who developed the cargo home as a representation of the diversity and possibility in contemporary Canadian design culture.
Greetings from Canada! 🙂 I have to be honest, when I initially saw this house I thought it looked exactly what I thought a shipping container home looked like. Shipping containers stacked on top of one another. No crazy colors, no extras. But when you […]