I always take a closer look when I see shipping containers being repurposed into something liveable, which Zackary South has more than ticked off.
As the cost of buying property surges, so too do the ways we look to maximise our money and also minimise our impact on the environment.
Around 80% of the world’s traded goods are transported in shipping containers across the sea.
The ‘tiny living’ movement, where homes are usually constructed using old shipping containers, has been growing in South Africa for the best part of three years.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is edging ever nearer and Qatar has built a number of new stadiums. One stands apart from the rest for its unique design.
The Yara Birkeland isn’t your average cargo ship, with the potential for its movements to be powered entirely by three onshore data control centres.
The challenges posed by climate change could make traditional farming methods difficult in the future, and that’s where The Cube comes in.
Container ships are one of the safest ways to move cargo, so it’s great that the industry is looking at greener ways to get the job done.
It’s a luxury hotel, in the middle of a vineyard next to an old oak tree. It’s also made entirely from shipping containers.
Shipping containers can be used in a number of imaginative ways, some of which you’ve probably never considered.
Elon might attract most of the attention, especially with SpaceX’s recent successful launch, but Kimbal can definitely hold his own.
Developers are turning old shipping containers into beautiful micro apartments, and they’re clearly popular around the world.
Congrats – your business is off the ground, killing the competition, and has the potential to go global. Now what?
Take a break and enjoy the creativity and eco-friendly designs that went into these superb container buildings.
Shipping container homes are all the rage these days, and now London can boast a hotel made entirely from the repurposed containers.
Given the advancements we have seen with self-driving cars, it was only a matter of time until cranes were in on the action.