This project is so titled because it uses 12 containers in the design, all of which contribute towards making a unique and innovative summer home. Built over an area of 4000 square feet, it consists of two floors. There’s a lot of glass used here from floor to ceiling, front and back of the house.
It takes a T-shape, with most of the building’s exterior being made out of one steel frame. Here, there’s a living area and kitchen on the ground floor with a breakfast bar. On another level, there are two staircases which can be seen on two sides of the ground floor. On the floor above this are the bedrooms and bathrooms. The designer of this home has brought so many innovations to the layout of this house that at a construction cost of $125 per square foot, it is one of the most economical container homes.