Prefab: Port-a-Bach Portable Cabin from Atelier Workshop in

“The Port-a-Bach, from Atelier Workshop in New Zealand! It reminds me of BARK’s All-Terrain Cabin, in that it is created from a 20ft. shipping container

The Port-a-Bach portable cabin sleeps two adults and two children, is power, water and sewer independent, has one wall that folds down to create an open living space and folds back up to secure the unit for storage or relocation.






Via It has a kitchen and complete bath, and can be hooked up to external services, as well”… Via the Excellent The Excellent Materialicio.us/

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2 responses to “Prefab: Port-a-Bach Portable Cabin from Atelier Workshop in

  1. That is a clever design. Is it a shipping container? Or is it just using elements from that design?

  2. Is it a shipping container? It si from what i understand. Thanks for the comment.

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