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Ruby Sketch’s Compact Shipping Container Home Can Run Off-Grid for Two Weeks Sans Electricity

Posted By Inhabitat On December 26, 2011 @ 11:20 am In Architecture,Cargotecture,Design,Reader Submitted Content | 1 Comment

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At Inhabitat, we love compact, modern designs that take advantage of efficient prefabricated building techniques, and Ruby Sketch [1]‘s shipping container home certainly caught our eye with its sleek form and super-sustainable energy saving systems. The efficient and affordable living space boasts double insulation, solar power [2], and it can be run off the grid for 2 weeks without electricity. With a generous bathroom, living and bedroom cleverly laid out, it can easily be craned into a backyard and built in less than 3 weeks!

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[1] Ruby Sketch: http://www.rubysketch.com/

[2] solar power: http://inhabitat.com/sunglacier-a-solar-powered-leaf-that-makes-ice-in-the-desert/

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