Atelier Riri devised creative ways to make living inside a shipping container in Indonesia’s tropical climate both...
The 800-square-foot house is among the first shipping container residences in San Diego County, according to Mike.
Shipping containers are the building blocks of this residence tucked away in the redwood forests of Santa Cruz,...
Covered with wire mesh, the green roof will continue to vegetate over time.
Shipping Container Home (Brisbane, Australia) Architect and designer Todd Miller didn’t just use a shipping container...
Mike McConkey, a superintendent for a general contractor, tasked Chris Bittner of OBR Architecture with designing an...
This three-bedroom home in Lille, France, is made up of eight stacked containers.
The 1,668-square-foot three-bedroom home is made of four colorful, crisscrossed containers equipped with a simple...
In one of the home’s three bathrooms, a TOTO toilet is illuminated by LED light fixtures from OSRAM.
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Last but not least, make a major statement and designate separate living areas with the help of shipping containers.
For an adaptive reuse project in Toronto, Levitt Goodman Architects used a shipping container as a visitors' center.
The shipping containers were stacked, joined with steel tubes, and lashed to reinforced floor joints to make them...
Tsai Design Studio turned a shipping container into a classroom located just outside of Cape Town, South Africa.
The flooring, doors, and bathroom vanity were sourced from the local Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
The hobby room features a custom desk and shelving system that Atelier Riri designed and manufactured themselves.
The BetaBox mobile prototyping lab is outfitted with a 3D printer, a CNC mill, a laser cutter, and other tools for...
This modular home prototype by Meka is a shipping container clad in cedar.
In the open-plan kitchen, a garage door can be retracted to take advantage of the balmy California climate and bring...
Two converted shipping containers (left) now house offices for Shoup’s design/build firm.
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