With many of us working from home due to the global pandemic, could it be time to use a converted shipping container as a home office?
We look at how buying a shipping container can reduce the environmental impact that shipping has on the global environment.
Would you love a man cave or she shed to escape from the kids? Shipping containers are a handy building block for one (or both!).
From cost, speed and durability, to versatility with design options, there’s a lot to like about building with shipping containers.
Two Queensland students have designed a shipping container bolthole for domestic violence victims escaping abusive relationships.
This South Gippsland home isn’t all it seems. It’s not actually built from shipping containers. We compare the cost between this ‘fake’ shipping South Gippsland home and a real shipping container home.
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.