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.
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.
World famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has built many Starbucks around Asia. His latest offering is in Taiwan, comprising 29 x 40ft shipping containers over two floors.
A shipping container mall, firmly rooted in the new Millennium, is being warmly welcomed in Norwich, a UK city that has 1000+ years of history.
Land prices are hitting $1,000 a square metre in Sydney and house prices are just getting obscene, so Sydneysiders are increasingly turning to container homes as a solution to the problem of getting somewhere decent to live. Land prices Business Insider Australia reported last year, “the median vacant residential lot price surged by 6.5% in…