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- An entrance with an abstract artwork and console table with a beautiful bouquet of flowers and newspaper ready to read the headlines (and remember why you escaped society in the first place).
- A kitchen and dining area with oven/stove, dining table and wall mounted shelf (with bottles and salt/pepper shakers)
- A spacious sofa faces the outside area so that you can relax and unwind in comfort while you take in the beautiful view.
- An acoustic guitar hangs from the wall, where it is ready to go for those spontaneous jams and romantic serenades by the pool.
- Finishing off the ground floor is an ample sized bathroom featuring a toilet, shower and vanity/basin finishes off the ground floor.
- A cosy bedroom with wall to wall windows where you can take in the views while relaxing in bed
- An abstract artwork with shades of blue, compliments the bed covers and exterior shipping containers
- A chair with floor lamp and side table with coffee cup
- A dressing table with a succulent to bring a bit of greenery and colour into the room
- Steps carved into the rocky terrain lead to the front entrance and pool area, which can also be accessed from the private deck through the living area.
- An external staircase from the deck leads up to the second floor, with a spacious balcony and table for two.
- This model has been built in a modular format. The roof can be lifted off and the first floor can be separated from the ground floor for access to the interiors.
- A large amount of tiles have been used, with a very minimal amount of exposed studs to create a realistic, lifelike model.
- The walls are double layered - to allow for a detailed, realistic representation of a shipping container on the exterior without compromising the modern interior finished.
- It consists of approximately 1600 pieces, all of which are existing parts/colours.