A new shipping container-based social housing development is being built in Aylesbury, UK for those on low incomes in the area.
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Bristol University is reaching out to people in a deprived area of the city with plans for a shipping container-based campus to help them access education.
An experimental Indian shipping container home called The Orange Box Project has been built to explore sustainable and climate-friendly architecture.
UK company Boxpark, one of the first shipping container-based leisure complexes in the world, has recently announced plans to aggressively expand its business across the country.
Showing just how fashionable shipping containers are, String Bean Alley in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market has 26 container market stalls.
A new development of ‘affordable’ shipping container housing is being built in a popular district of Nashville, Tennessee.
A new apartment block made of shipping containers will help drive the redevelopment of the Cathedral District of Jacksonville, Florida.
The Wichita Fire Department (WFD) in Kansas has built a container home they can burn regularly for training purposes.
A multi-outlet shipping container party venue called Boxi Park in Orlando is breaking the mould of containerised fun.
Swedish home retail giant IKEA is using shipping containers as indoor farms to produce food for its staff and customers. We take a look at the project.
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.