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  • Judy Panessiti

    Container as Guest House - I wouldn't mind staying here Poteet Architects blue container guesthouse with roof garden San Antonio Texas

  • Sarah Brown

    converted shipping container homes, I would live in this guest house with a green roof!

  • Erin Stephens

    shipping container = guest house. a great studio space too.

  • Nika B

    beautiful shipping container studio in San Antonio designed by Texas architect Jim Poteet. Painted a deep blue, the 40′ shipping container was transformed into a gorgeous backyard retreat, complete with a living green roof, composting toilet, rainwater collection and eco friendly finishes. The studio retreat also features floor-to-ceiling windows cut out of the container, blown-in insulation, and bamboo floors and walls.

  • Anne H

    Luxury, imposing houses aren’t the only ones that can benefit from a green roof. Even something as small and simple as a shipping container house can use some of its benefits. It’s the case of this lovely shipping container guest house from San Antonio.

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