Back in 2009, I read an article about shipping containers used as offices inside a warehouse in California. I took this idea to fellow designers to see if anyone would be interested in creating a...

Back in 2009, I read an article about shipping containers used as offices inside a warehouse in California. I took this idea to fellow designers to see if anyone would be interested in creating a...

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Interior construction of a shipping container, one side of the container has been removed to widen the room. To do this there must be a very strong beam added to support the containers roof. You can just see the beam in this image. Any structural changes like this should be approved by a structural engineer.

Interior construction of a shipping container, one side of the container has been removed to widen the room. To do this there must be a very strong beam added to support the containers roof. You can just see the beam in this image. Any structural changes like this should be approved by a structural engineer.

This shipping container home has a modern interior. The window filled home has lots of light and a spacious feel thanks to high ceilings.

Yes, this spacious home is made from shipping containers! See inside

This shipping container home has a modern interior. The window filled home has lots of light and a spacious feel thanks to high ceilings.

via www.cargotecture.com This little shipping container house called “The Nomad” was designed for Sunset Magazine by Seattle-Based HyBrid Architecture. The home’s shell is a used 24 foot shipping container that provides 192 sq. ft. of interior living space and can sleep four people. The house has a galley kitchen, a bathroom and several exterior openings.  ~ Great pin! For Oahu architectural design visit http://ownerbuiltdesign.com

via www.cargotecture.com This little shipping container house called “The Nomad” was designed for Sunset Magazine by Seattle-Based HyBrid Architecture. The home’s shell is a used 24 foot shipping container that provides 192 sq. ft. of interior living space and can sleep four people. The house has a galley kitchen, a bathroom and several exterior openings. ~ Great pin! For Oahu architectural design visit http://ownerbuiltdesign.com

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