To prove the versatility of its new pop-up bar made from a recycled shipping container, Canadian prefab home builder Honomobo transported the bar up the snow-covered hills of Fortress Mountain in the Canadian Rockies. The Honomobo team spent the day on the mountain and used Honomobar to have a drink, relax, play games and enjoy breathtaking views of the snow-covered peaks.

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Honomobo, Honomobar, pop-up bar, winter sports, recycled shipping containers, green architecture, overhang, modular architecture

The Honomobar is modular, easy-to-transport and can be delivered anywhere in North America. The bar serves as a pop-up temporary structure, allowing you to throw an impromptu get-together in your backyard, by the pool or high up in the mountains.

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Honomobo, Honomobar, pop-up bar, winter sports, recycled shipping containers, green architecture, overhang, modular architecture

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Each shipping container bar measures eight by 12.5 feet and features a hydraulic arm that opens the main window. Inside, a red accent panel and treated butcher block counters give the Honomobar the feel of a traditional bar. A three-foot cedar wood overhang provides protection to guests, while a black aluminum roll shutter safely locks the bar down for closing time. The design is priced at $19,764 and delivered in four to six weeks.

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Honomobo, Honomobar, pop-up bar, winter sports, recycled shipping containers, green architecture, overhang, modular architecture

Honomobo, Honomobar, pop-up bar, winter sports, recycled shipping containers, green architecture, overhang, modular architecture

Honomobo, Honomobar, pop-up bar, winter sports, recycled shipping containers, green architecture, overhang, modular architecture

Honomobo, Honomobar, pop-up bar, winter sports, recycled shipping containers, green architecture, overhang, modular architecture