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Specifications Tiny House

External dimensions

Length: 12.192 meters

Width:  2,438 meters

Height: 2,896 meters


Dead weight: 4000 kg

Payload:       26 480 kg

Total weight: 30 480 kg

Volume:        76.3 m³


Dimensions inside


Our containers weigh about 16 tons when developed. 

The basic framework of the container consists of particularly stable steel parts. The cast steel container corners are located at their corners. The container floor consists of a very load-bearing wooden floor. The side walls consist of trapezoidal sheet steel.

Our standard containers are made of weather-resistant steel (COR-TEN®).

This is a high-quality structural steel which, under the influence of changing weather conditions, forms a particularly dense barrier layer of firmly adhering sulphates or phosphates on the surface, which protects against further rusting. Such steel is very strong and durable. 

Upgrading the standard container to high-quality living space:


Insulation with modern PUR / PIR foam. It is the same material as in PUR mattresses and sneakers. It is absolutely harmless to health. This enables us to achieve insulation in accordance with the energy saving regulation for new buildings.


High-quality mineral fiber boards were applied to the insulation.


Our containers had to withstand various checks. For example, sound insulation and fire protection had to be given special consideration. We have a modern radio networked fire alarm system.

In addition to the internal and external insulation, the floor is covered with a modern dry screed through which water pipes for underfloor heating are routed.


The high-quality windows and doors with triple glazing come from a Scandinavian brand manufacturer. Summer thermal insulation and insulation were also taken into account here.

The specially metallized steamed blinds also help to reduce sun exposure.


The facades were clad with untreated wood - as a rear-ventilated facade. On the one hand, this serves for the optics and also prevents the steel from heating up due to solar radiation.


The actual container roofs were upgraded with an additional water-bearing and insulating flat roof. In order to implement the idea of ​​sustainability and insulation here, too, the roof surfaces were greened or covered with gravel.


Our gray technology container is connected to the local district heating. This heat is used both for underfloor heating and for heating the drinking water using a fresh water station.


The containers are divided into groups of three containers. With 21 containers this results in 7 groups. The lower two containers are always staggered. The third container is connected to a 16-step steel staircase.


It is not only the constellation that is characteristic, but also the glass front at both ends of the container. In addition, each container has a window on the side. In the container above, the window is also the entrance.