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What You Can Do With Old Shipping Containers
Homes, startup incubators, hotels—the possibilities are endless.
The 404 is a new boutique hotel and restaurant in Nashville’s rapidly changing Gulch neighborhood.
The look of the BetaBox was a collaboration between Nicholas Sailer, BetaVersity's director of creative, who studied...
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...
Tsai Design Studio turned a shipping container into a classroom located just outside of Cape Town, South Africa.
For an adaptive reuse project in Toronto, Levitt Goodman Architects used a shipping container as a visitors' center.
Shipping containers are the building blocks of this residence tucked away in the redwood forests of Santa Cruz,...
This three-bedroom home in Lille, France, is made up of eight stacked containers.
The interior is warmed by parquet flooring and Finium wood panels.
Texas architect Jim Poteet helped Stacey Hill, who lives in a San Antonio artists’ community, wrangle an empty steel...
Shipping Container Home Livingston, MT, United States Welcome to the “Little Box on the Prairie”.
The hobby room features a custom desk and shelving system that Atelier Riri designed and manufactured themselves.
Each MEKA home arrives via truck nearly complete.
“The owners wanted it to look like a shipping yard that someone had made a restaurant around, in the same way that...
Their solution was to stack two shipping containers on top of each other, to create private space within the open-plan...
The exposed wooden stairwell creates a warm contrast with the concrete and metal used elsewhere.
Container Bar (Austin, Texas) Years in the making, this stacked watering hole on Austin’s Rainey street has been a...
Made of scraps taken from the containers’ sides, the roof creates a sense of openness from the inside and ushers in...
The apartments face a landscaped common courtyard.
Purchasing a lot off the Delaware River in Pennsylvania, Martha Moseley and Bill Mathesius adapted an unused concrete...
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