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Levitt's goal was to use as many recycled and reclaimed materials as possible. For the shell, she and project architect Katrina Touw sourced a shipping container from a contractor just outside of Toronto, and for the interior cladding, they used partially

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courtesy of
Ben Rahn/A-Frame http://www.aframestudio.com/
Originally appeared in Welcome Hut
on September 27, 2010
Levitt's goal was to use as many recycled and reclaimed materials as possible. For the shell, she and project architect Katrina Touw sourced a shipping container from a contractor just outside of Toronto, and for the interior cladding, they used partially

Levitt's goal was to use as many recycled and reclaimed materials as possible. For the shell, she and project architect Katrina Touw sourced a shipping container from a contractor just outside of Toronto, and for the interior cladding, they used partially donated TimberSIL wood, a non-toxic alternative to pressure-treated wood. Photo by Ben Rahn, A-Frame Studio.

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