Make sure to visit the luxurious bathroom in this cozy container home

Welcome to the Moja Pod – a container home prototype making its mark in Nairobi, Kenya.
According to Business Daily Africa, Kwekwe Kivutha and Jeremy Moses, the architectural duo behind Two x Four Design, showcased their new creation at the Afrika Handmade 2016 symposium. Crowds were attracted to this house's seamless transition from a 40-foot shipping container into a luxury abode.
Take a closer look at this cozy dwelling.
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Looks quite contemporary, don't you think? The exterior is actually lined with cement fiber boards, which are both fire resistant and waterproof.
Narrow rectangular windows add an interesting dimension to the Moja Pod.
Décor brings a healthy dose of homey feeling to this compact dwelling.
The kitchen is simple and sweet, offering basic essentials such as a two-burner cooktop and sink.
On the other side, an open-plan living area maximizes its space with a lush futon and wooden side tables.
But the most impressive area of the Moja Pod is probably the bathroom. Here you'll find a full-size shower, toilet and vanity. An artsy flair is also sustained in this room.
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Because of its tight space restrictions, this container home lacks a bedroom of its own. Despite that, you can't fault the Moja Pod for bringing the right amount of elegance to its amenities – especially in the living area and bathroom.

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