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Shipping Container Venue X-Cargo Helps Make Brisbane a Foodie’s Paradise

Shipping Container Venue X-Cargo Helps Make Brisbane a Foodie’s Paradise

In August last year a shipping container eating and drinking hub called X-Cargo opened in Brisbane. The new site both goes head to head with the city’s Eat Street and supports the city in becoming a foodie’s paradise.  X-Cargo Originally planned for opening in 2017 but delayed due to objections from local residents in Fortitude…

Sustainable Container Architecture For A Thailand School

Sustainable Container Architecture For A Thailand School

Based in Chiang Mai, Thailand, International Sustainable Developmental Studies Institute (ISDSI) practised what it preached when it built its new campus – it chose to recycle shipping containers and reuse all the off-cut metal.  The school teaches American students about sustainability in the economy, so had to prove its point with the very classrooms in…

Container Studio Where Richard Fearless Makes Magic With Music

Container Studio Where Richard Fearless Makes Magic With Music

Death in Vegas’ Richard Fearless has a habit of leading the way in modern music. In his new shipping container based studio he has recently created his new solo album using his collection of synthesisers. Reminded he is not the only person on the planet late at night by the factories on this still-industrial length…

Shipping Container Watchtowers For Surf Lifesaving Clubs & Watersports

Shipping Container Watchtowers For Surf Lifesaving Clubs & Watersports

After much battling with local aesthetes the Seacliff Surf Life Saving Club in South Australia has had the plans approved for a new shipping container surf watchtower.  While not new, the idea is a good one.  For a relatively low cost the community organisation can get their lifeguards high enough to, not only watch the…

Abu Dhabi Beats the Heat With Air Conditioned Shipping Container Bus Shelters

Abu Dhabi Beats the Heat With Air Conditioned Shipping Container Bus Shelters

In the fierce heat of the Gulf micro-state of Abu Dhabi standing outside for too long is ill-advised. Temperatures can reach up to 40 degrees C plus so you can sweat buckets as you wait for your bus. The Arab state authorities have long been installing air conditioned bus shelters around the country for the…