Meet Our Models
Our structures start with a Corten steel shipping container called a High Cube. Shipping containers bring goods from around the world, most often China, to America. Once they arrive, they rarely return. They represent a high embedded energy cost, so repurposing them is very environmentally friendly. Because they are water tight, sturdy, and quasi-portable, they are excellent building blocks. Artistry and design turn them into unique living elements.
Rhino Cubed…a Colorado-based company building artistic tiny homes from shipping containers. A shipping container is a perfect building envelope: structurally sound, water tight, and quasi-portable. Creative artistry and design turn them into unique living structures.
The NakedTainer is the perfect creative space for ideas, art, and words to rest and ferment. Including all of the insulation, walls, roof detail and trim carpentry, it is otherwise empty on the inside. Ready for any kind of studio use: writing a novel, painting, music, gardening shelter. It can also be a perfect start for a living space you can create. You decide—it is a vessel for your dreams.
The NakedTainer can be in 20′, 30′, or 40′ sizes with:
- 1/4 inch steel window bucks
- Fiberglass double pane energy-efficient windows
- Sculptured steel Rhino horn
- Metal front door
- Double cargo doors
- Insulated R-22 finished walls
- Insulated R-30 hardwood hickory floors
- Roof and R-54 ceiling insulation
- Wooden roofing timbers and patio trellis
Dress-up your Rhino with these optional components
- Kitchen (on-grid) with Sink, plumbing, refrigerator, and cooktop/oven: $6500
- Bathroom (on-grid) with full-size shower, toilet, sink, and plumbing: $2800
- Electrical wiring: $2700
- Hand-made wooden platform bed with mattress: $1050
Optional Appliances for Off-Grid living:
- Solar Generator with solar panels: $2425
- DC-Refrigerator: $1680
- De-natured Alcohol-burning Cooktop: $420
- De-natured Alcohol Space Heater: $335