- Two Mexican architects teamed up to create the Minimal Leisure Dwelling, a prefab shipping container home.
- The home starts at $50,000 and can be completed in 99 days.
- Sustainability plays into every aspect of the design for minimum environmental impact, the company claims.
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Two Mexican architects designed a modern, sustainable tiny home, and it barely shows its shipping container roots.
Rodrigo Alegre and Carlos Acosta, founder of the Mexico City studio StudioRoca, spent the last few years focusing more and more on environmental impact, and eventually developed the idea for Vivienda Minima de Descanso (VMD), or Min