A Ruddy Shipping Container House Is Installed in New York in Only Two Days

A Ruddy Shipping Container House Is Installed in New York in Only Two Days

By Anna Gibertini / Photos by Pippa Drummond
With a prefab structure near Hudson, LOT-EK—the pioneers of shipping container architecture—make a new case for the genre.

It was in the early 1990s that Giuseppe Lignano and Ada Tolla, lifelong friends and founding partners of the design firm LOT-EK, stumbled on a giant depot of shipping containers in (where else?) New Jersey. 

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