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Container houses are really not concrete houses! 99 days, the lowest configuration for your highest enjoyment!
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In the construction industry,

an innovative prefabricated house achieves

an ecological environment far away from urban life,

 allowing people to spend less money for a more ultimate life experience.


And it is a container Modular building,

a simple iron box can meet your daily life needs.




VMD (Minimum Rest Housing) is a prefabricated housing system

that provides a luxurious alternative to living far away from the city

and minimizes the environmental impact of new buildings.


It was jointly created by outstanding architects Rodrigo Alegre

and Carlos Acosta (founder of the famous Mexico City workspace STUDIOROCA).




In just 99 days, this one bedroom house

 was made of recycled environmentally friendly materials -

a house made from sea freight containers pre-set in the factory,

 which can reduce resource consumption and waste generation,

minimizing interference with the surrounding environment.


At the same time, it can also achieve permanent residential use in the local area.



The interior is covered by smart home devices,

which are driven by technology

 and can remotely control the internal lighting

and video monitoring system.


Outside, there are solar panels for power generation

and rainwater tanks for collecting rainwater,

enabling VMD to achieve self-sufficiency off the grid.






Pictures courtesy of Rodrigo Alegre、Carlos Acosta