Quik House

January 9th, 2005 | Filed under: Building Tech | 2 Comments »

Quik house

The QUIK HOUSE is a prefabricated kit house designed by Adam Kalkin from recycled shipping containers. It has three bedrooms and two and one-half baths in its 2,000 square foot plan. The basic kit costs $76,000 plus shipping. The shell assembles by the end of the week, you will have a fully enclosed building. From start to finish, it should take no longer than three months to complete your house.

2 Comments on “Quik House”

  1. 1 Lyonel Laverde said at 12:14 am on June 20th, 2005:

    I need information a bout prefabricates houses based in recycled carboard

  2. 2 fernando said at 7:51 am on April 7th, 2006:

    hello this was what i was thinking two years ago in puerto rico when i was on vacation building a house out of old containers they are strong enougth to widstang a hurricane its the way to go for low cost housing the united states should look in to it

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