indieDWELL container housing company is helping to drive and reinvigorate the economy of small towns by building cheap but quality homes.
A developer in Ontario, Canada is looking to build affordable shipping container homes. “We don’t need $2-million homes, we need $100K homes,” he says.
The Stow-Away hotel in Waterloo, London is composed of 26, 30ft shipping containers, and caters to its guests with comfort and luxury.
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.
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.
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.