Container? could happen and it’s what has you talking tonight. KITV4 got a peek inside what could be the future of micro housing in.
Hawaii. the demonstration project on the grounds of Honolulu Hale by the nonprofit group FACE is showing off a 20′ by 8′ shipping container,.
Transformed into a dwelling unit for five people. There’s room for bunkbeds and a desk inside, but no bathrooms or kitchen facilities. It.
Cost about $11,000 to to make it livable. Could this be the answer to the our housing crunch? Solomon DuPont says, Amazing Idea! Create.
More of these and then just make a public restroom area for all to share. This is a great start. Michael Guerrero writes,.
nice . better then sleeping on the streets. But Denise Crosby counters, I don’t get the great appeal. It has no bathroom or kitchen. I.
Can’t imagine living without runny water, if only to wash my hands. No facilities means they would need to be erected like a wagon train at.
Night, with porta toilets barbecue grills or cooking implements, of course trash disposal. I can imagine them turning into.
Tiny houses to combat Hawaiis housing crisis
And office all confined to four walls. Many people do it everyday living in studios. KITV4’s Ashley.
Moser shows us how one company is redefining tiny living. It stands out in the middle of this.
Industrial lot in Kailua but try to picture it tucked away on lush green lot. Designed to blend.
In with walls covered in plants and garden herbs. NAT 16:26 HERE WE ARE IN THE UNIT. THIS IS A 16 FOOT.
By 16 foot model APPROXIMATELY 250 SQUARE FEET. 16:31 Civil Engineer and cofounder of.
Elevate nathan Toothman is the one behind the idea. It started 4 years when he wanted to do.
Something to combat Hawaii’s housing crisis. He says smaller spaces means smaller bills.
Nathan 8:42 i’d say TAKE A CHALLENGE SEE IF YOU CAN LIVE IN SMALLER SPACES. REALLY IN HAWAII WERE KIND.