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Intellectual Tiny House

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‘The Intellectual’ Tiny Home is a 40-foot container loaded with personality. Inspired by an experienced tiny homeowner who adds function and utility and a California designer who brings style and quality.

A 40′ container home in Longmont, Colorado. More info. here

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3 Comments

  • Reply Sebastian January 1, 2017 at 8:32 pm

    A question about these type of container houses, do they get too hot? is it required to have a cooling system as I’ve seen some people have? not many tiny houses have descriptions about that

  • Reply Dee February 8, 2017 at 2:20 pm

    A lot of people leave the end doors intact so that there can be lots of air flow — I saw one version where the person made inner screen doors that could be used once the outer doors were open. Also, a lot of the heat comes from the heat beating down. In the same version I mentioned, the person’s solar panels provided some shade, but he installed a dropped ceiling (with recessed lighting) that completely insulated the container from heat from the sun.

  • Reply Dee February 8, 2017 at 2:22 pm

    A lot of people leave the end doors intact so that there can be lots of air flow — I saw one version where the person made inner screen doors that could be used once the outer doors were open. Also, a lot of the heat comes from the sun beating down. In the same version I mentioned, the person’s solar panels provided some shade, but he installed a dropped ceiling (with recessed lighting) that completely insulated the container from heat from the sun.

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