Homes built from shipping containers are a sustainable option allowing high savings in construction costs , the ability to group several of these modules for storage and transport, relatively cheap and big time saver that behave the construction of the house makes an interesting tool for architects.
There are many examples of houses built with container and they are many architects who have discovered the huge opportunities offered and have taken to build houses from these useful containers. In the construction above we see an experience of Studio H: T you have used the containers on the sides of the house, these rooms are distributed and in the more elevated, central space constructed with traditional techniques common areas are located the house.
This simple home, located in Galicia, was built of wood sheathing a shipping container 40 feet, is the work of Spanish architects and Basilio Severo Fernández Rodríguez, Study Base .
The Adam Kalkin Container House located in California, New Jersey, is a construction made by stacking containers.A couple of them have even left the original doors in the other windows have been replaced. Industrial air housing is perceptible at first sight and create a strong visual impact.
The WFH House is located in Wuxi, China. And it is the work of Danish architecture studio Arcgency . Made with several containers is a sustainable home that has solar panels on the roof system and rainwater collection.
Benjamin Garcia Saxe is the architect responsible for this house made by joining 2 shipping containers joined by a metal frame. It has a gallery between the 2 containers was covered with another sheet container. It is located in San José, Costa Rica.
The interiors of these houses built from containers can be as normal as any other housing. Usually uses wood or bamboo for covering floors and walls. Although there is always some left in the original wall plate to give an industrial feel to the environment.
The possibility of having a removable and transportable housing is an interesting quality enjoyed by houses built with shipping containers. Also very interesting ease of installation even in hard to reach places, which obviously lowers costs.