Exterior, Metal Siding Material, Shipping Container Building Type, and Hipped RoofLine With sponsorship from the Korea Child Fund, Seoul practice JYA-Architects designed this low cost home in the small village of Jangheung in the southeastern province of South Korea, to improve quality of life for a low-income family of seven. Using just three shipping containers and light gauge, translucent framing, this home is a great example of how sustainable design can be used to address a tight budget.  Photo 3 of 10 in Discover 5 Public Buildings in South Korea Made Out of Shipping Containers

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With sponsorship from the Korea Child Fund, Seoul practice JYA-Architects designed this low-cost home in the small county of Jangheung in the southeastern province of South Korea. It was created to help improve the quality of life of a low-income family of seven. Using just three shipping containers and light-gauge, translucent framing, this home is a great example of how sustainable design can be used to address a tight budget.

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