A Californian couple have built a new container home having seen them here in Australia. We reflect on the Aussie construction trend that inspired them.
U.S. bakery and dairy chain Farm Stores has started expansion plans, with some 65 drive-thru shipping container units to be built all up the East Coast.
A new shipping container housing development in Boise, Idaho repurposes 3 shipping containers to create 4 brm homes for low-income residents.
Indian architectural design company TRS Studios has undertaken a social project for homes in Pachacutec, Peru based on shipping container architecture.
Affordable, decent housing is needed in city centres like New York, Sydney, London and Los Angeles. A solution may well be found in shipping container apartment complexes.
In Georgia, U.S. students from a technical college have set to work building a two bedroom shipping container home for homeless veterans in their hometown of Brunswick.
Arizona State University has developed a shipping container medical centre that provides clean water and sterile medical facilities to a South Sundanese refugee camp in Uganda.
Two brothers, their father and a mate put together a shipping container house overlooking the Surf Coast at Kennet River in Victoria. The house is now on the market for a cool $1.1 million.
In this blog we ask the question: What’s the difference between commercial and residential cargotecture design and development?
A luxury home in Davie, South Florida is being built of shipping containers and the architect-owner believes it should only cost US$250,000 to build.