The season of vacations is on, and many of us go somewhere or just to their vacation homes. If you are dreaming of such a home but don’t have it yet, there’s a great idea for you!
Cocoon Modules are vacation homes made of shipping containers, which are turned into modern dwellings for nomads, emergency housing, or people looking for a weekend home. The homes are modular, they can be moved if needed and can be constructed in only 6 weeks making it a much more affordable option than other prefabs. They’re able to keep manufacturing costs up to 50% lower than conventional construction methods.
Inside, the unit houses everything one would find in a regular sized home or apartment with plenty of storage and beautiful wood finishes. The large sliding glass doors make it feel larger than it is with wide views of the surrounding landscape. Most of furniture is multi-functional and built-in to make maximum of the space, and there’s much storage space – in the sleeping and living zones.
There’s a sleeping zone at one end, it’s separated with a wooden wardrobe, where you can place your clothes and shoes. There are built-in storage spaces and a glazed wall to enjoy the views. The next zone is a living-dining space with a corner upholstered bench, comfy shelving over it, a small desk, which can be used for having meals. The next part is the kitchen with light-colored wooden cabinets. The second end of the house features a small bathroom with a sink, a toilet and a rather large shower clad with concrete tiles for functionality. Look at the pics and get inspired to own your own vacation home!