Houses made from ship containers are new and current trend in the world architecture. All that designers are making of these tin boxes is true dessert for lovers of architecture. Ship containers meet different requirements. Modern? Yes. Low-cost? Yes. Environmentally? Yes.
Sheep container for housing for the short time can be turn into an ideal residential corner. You do not need a great foundation for funding the object, it is sufficient to rely such a project on concrete rates or slabs. In this article we will present some of the most beautiful container houses in the World.
Adam Kalkin Container
Adam Kalkin, an architect from New Jersey built a house out of recycled containers for himself. One of the reasons is the price that for a used container is $ 1,000. This house is very big and it could be said that is the “House in the house.”
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Container House in El Tiemblo, Spain
This residential project includes four containers length of 12 meters. Design by Studio James & Mau Arquitectura and is located in Spain. It has a large kitchen, a large open living room surrounded with window and comfortable bedrooms. For its construction was spent 140,000 euros.
The next one is example of excellent designed container. The metal frame is not visible, but only painted in white and the overall impression is refinement. The interior is divided into two floors. On the lower level is a large open living room, furnished simply and with a lot of natural light coming from several large windows. Upstairs are bedrooms also furnished in the same style. The house has solar panels on the roof and a couple of wind turbines.
The first container house in the Mojave Desert
This container house has 214 square meters in one bedroom, one and a half bathroom and residence complex of six containers. This house has a modern interior with open space and plenty of natural light.
Container summer residence
See how common container can become a summer residence, ideal for nature lovers.
Mobile container house
This house is designed by Jure Kotnik and it has 28 square meters. The house has a lot of benefits compared to traditional housing: is not expensive, can be put together in a week and is easy to transport. It can also be described as a mini housing solution that offers only basic living conditions. The interior can be furnished with style, but very minimalist, the upper floor is accessible via an adjustable staircase.
Guest house of shipping containers
This is a simple and functional guest house made from recycled containers. Finished in blue with sliding doors.