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The containers offset from one another are placed on top of a foundation of steel I-beams resting on concrete piers. The containers are also separated by a six foot wide wood-framed addition with a taller shed roof.

Artist Julio Garcia Builds a Light-Filled Shipping Container Home in Savannah

The containers offset from one another are placed on top of a foundation of steel I-beams resting on concrete piers. The containers are also separated by a six foot wide wood-framed addition with a taller shed roof.

Pavillion - From The Practical Encyclopedia of Good Decorating and Home Improvement, Greystone Press, 1970

Pavillion - From The Practical Encyclopedia of Good Decorating and Home Improvement, Greystone Press, 1970

Passage Buhan by FABRE/deMARIEN architects ( http://www.fabredemarien.com/en/accueil.html ).  Re-pin courtesy of John Ue ( http://pinterest.com/johnue/ )

Passage Buhan by FABRE/deMARIEN architects ( http://www.fabredemarien.com/en/accueil.html ). Re-pin courtesy of John Ue ( http://pinterest.com/johnue/ )

How to Convert Five Shipping Containers Into a Cozy Modern Home | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

How to Convert Five Shipping Containers Into a Cozy Modern Home

How to Convert Five Shipping Containers Into a Cozy Modern Home | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

Modulus Home, Felton, CA    The designers at Modulus used shipping containers in addition to other building materials to create this 1,200-square-foot home, which despite its prefab components, looks surprisingly organic in this mountainside setting. Crafted from six containers, the house received a 2012 Citation from the American Institute of Architects. The interior, which can be seen in the previous slide, boasts an atrium to disperse sunlight and heat, while its interior walls were…

Modulus Home, Felton, CA The designers at Modulus used shipping containers in addition to other building materials to create this 1,200-square-foot home, which despite its prefab components, looks surprisingly organic in this mountainside setting. Crafted from six containers, the house received a 2012 Citation from the American Institute of Architects. The interior, which can be seen in the previous slide, boasts an atrium to disperse sunlight and heat, while its interior walls were…

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