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Collection by Jesse Stedman

Shipping Container

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The 1,668-square-foot three-bedroom home is made of four colorful, crisscrossed containers equipped with a simple...
The home was built by two construction workers and the couple themselves, who were familiarized with the construction...
Studio H:T designed this shipping container home on Nederland, Colorado.
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...
Sliding bamboo panels on the west side of the house can be adjusted to provide shade during the later part of the day.
For an adaptive reuse project in Toronto, Levitt Goodman Architects used a shipping container as a visitors' center.
Purchasing a lot off the Delaware River in Pennsylvania, Martha Moseley and Bill Mathesius adapted an unused concrete...
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...
“We wanted it to feel open and spacious,” Alexander said.
The 800-square-foot house is among the first shipping container residences in San Diego County, according to Mike.
Treehouse (Jerusalem, Israel) Literally a growing structure—two pines grow through porches on either end of the rustic...
This three-bedroom home in Lille, France, is made up of eight stacked containers.
In the open-plan kitchen, a garage door can be retracted to take advantage of the balmy California climate and bring...
The BetaBox mobile prototyping lab is outfitted with a 3D printer, a CNC mill, a laser cutter, and other tools for...
Trejos positioned the containers about 60 centimeters above the ground floor, which gives the main gallery and...
This modular home prototype by Meka is a shipping container clad in cedar.
In his home office, Wardell runs his online art gallery Chester's Blacksmith Shop and researches his next project:...
Two converted shipping containers (left) now house offices for Shoup’s design/build firm.
Because the area is prone to wildfires, the architect and residents were compelled to use special flame retardant...
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