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Shipping Container

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The 800-square-foot house is among the first shipping container residences in San Diego County, according to Mike.
Maziar Behrooz designed this container studio set amid lush trees.
Hartman Kable designed the Surfshack to include loads of built-in, fold-down furniture to keep the 160-square-foot...
Other than some use of drywall, the structure is completely made of shipping containers.
Mike McConkey, a superintendent for a general contractor, tasked Chris Bittner of OBR Architecture with designing an...
In one of the home’s three bathrooms, a TOTO toilet is illuminated by LED light fixtures from OSRAM.
Purchasing a lot off the Delaware River in Pennsylvania, Martha Moseley and Bill Mathesius adapted an unused concrete...
“The owners wanted it to look like a shipping yard that someone had made a restaurant around, in the same way that...
Tsai Design Studio turned a shipping container into a classroom located just outside of Cape Town, South Africa.
The BetaBox mobile prototyping lab is outfitted with a 3D printer, a CNC mill, a laser cutter, and other tools for...
Two converted shipping containers (left) now house offices for Shoup’s design/build firm.
The recycled shipping containers were sourced from the Pacific Port of Caldera in Costa Rica.
Studio H:T designed this shipping container home on Nederland, Colorado.
A cherry red game room gives way to a second green space on the roof, which can be used as an extension of the indoor...
Atelier Riri devised creative ways to make living inside a shipping container in Indonesia’s tropical climate both...
In his home office, Wardell runs his online art gallery Chester's Blacksmith Shop and researches his next project:...
The look of the BetaBox was a collaboration between Nicholas Sailer, BetaVersity's director of creative, who studied...
The hobby room features a custom desk and shelving system that Atelier Riri designed and manufactured themselves.
The 404 is a new boutique hotel and restaurant in Nashville’s rapidly changing Gulch neighborhood.
Covered with wire mesh, the green roof will continue to vegetate over time.
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