Outpost locations will be located on farmland, parkland, and ranches anywhere in the world, ranging anywhere from a few individual containers scattered across a beach or a fully-amenetied, but smaller footprint version of our urban locations. As shown in the R40 house above, these locations would be highly sensitive to the local environs, and provide great access to various outdoor adventures and excursions.
Who wouldn’t pay for a view like this one?
This Airstream trailer (smaller than a container) rents for $400 per night on Airbnb
This rendering of a home next to a mountain lake could be expanded as a lake lodge.
The modularity of containers enable assembly in remote locations standard construction methods struggles to accomodate.
A rendering for a solar-powered container, desert outpost.
A low profile, single story container setup with outdoor walkway covered from the elements by SnoozeBox.
A more rugged, no frills campsite container.
An refined example of a single container with a patio and fire pit.
The Inside of a no-frills nature-centric container
A container in paradise.
This is a space we’d likely grow through acquisition and partnership with existing locations, as there are some examples and proofs-of-concept already, around the world, specifically the Tetris Hostel near Iguacu Falls in Brazil, the Ccasa Hotel in Vietnam, and the LEED-certified (though not container-based) CrashPad Chattanooga in Tennessee:
The entrance to Tetris Hostel in Brazil
The interior courtyard at Tetris
The container pool at Tetris.
Covered indoor-outdoor lobby at Tetris.
Street entrance to Ccasa in Vietnam.
Interior common space at Ccasa.