COTTONWOOD MEADOW

      A Container Hybrid Home

               Sierra Nevada Mountains

A highly energy efficient, sustainably built and utilitarian home that functioned perfectly for the owner's lifestyle. It is built with 4 high cube containers stacked (2 @ 40' and 2@ 45').  

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View of the house from the West Face

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View of the house from the East Face

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The walls are 12" thick filled with 6" of concrete around the rebar.

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The 90' boom easily reaches over the far side of the house. Monitoring the concrete flow and continually vibrating all the way around to ensure the concrete settles through the rebar with no air pockets.

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Scaffolding and ICFs with reinforced rebar are installed for 2nd floor concrete pouring. 

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