The convertible house can be fully dismantled, transported, and reassembled on-site. It has a distinctly indoor-cum-outdoor aesthetic, boasting expansive doors and large wall and ceiling windows that provide natural light and sweeping views. There is also an option to have a rooftop deck.
The modular concept invites users to personalise their accommodation. A spacious interior is undivided to allow a customised home setup. Meanwhile, if nomads intend to stay put for an extended/semi-permanent period, glazing and solid shutters can be installed.
In addition to the use of recyclable wood in its production, the Container Home is powered by rooftop solar panels. And with Jeep currently developing plug-in hybrids and electric models, users will be able to charge their vehicles while they’re resting indoors. These eco credentials will appeal to the 71% of global tourists who want to make a greater effort to travel more sustainably in 2022 (Booking.com, 2022).