You’ve heard of “origami” right? What if I told you that you could build a cabin or “tiny house” that way? I’m not kidding.
There isn’t any reason WHY we can’t house those in need of shelter. Vets returning from war deserve to know that they’ll have a safe place to lay their heads. The Homeless need to know that they are safe. Displaced families need to know that they are safe. The solutions are there, staring back at us, begging to be implemented. WHY aren’t we answering the call?
We’ve often reflected that the use of ISBU containers lends itself to intimate little spaces perfect for the pursuit of endeavors like art. Here’s proof!
When you’re running “full tilt”, if you’re not careful… you sometimes forget just what you’re working WITH.
MANY ISBU homebuilders end up with finished structures that are hard-pressed to identify as “ISBU Metal Monsters.” It’s for this reason we have so much fun with them. They can become anything we want, in any color of the proverbial rainbow. They take on any shape we need, they’re “Tonka tough” and are not difficult to construct (once you get the basics under your belt).