The Corten Steel Site Shack Is A Minimalist Micro Cabin

Jun 21, 2019

Category: Living

Anywhere in the world can be your backyard if you choose the right tiny, portable home. Thanks to the development of the Site Shack prototype, which was created by the project managers of Powers Construction, onsite workers can have a cozy pre-made mobile workspace that also serves well as a minimalist home.

The Site Shack by Powers Construction is shipped ready-to-go for project managers looking to replace the shipping container module option. Inspired by traditional pitched roof houses, the Site Shack is built using corten steel and features a cold rolled steel stove. One variation of the Site Shack even includes a hidden steel door. The corten steel is plug welded to z-girts, creating a seamless, smooth design that’s pleasing to the eyes. After completion of one of the Site Shacks built on Powers Construction’s residential job site in East Vancouver, the staff moved the unit to a temporary locale in the wilderness so start can utilize it as a getaway.

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