A US charity event company uses shipping containers as office space. These stackable office spaces are cheap, simple and maneuverable helping any business utilise its floor space more efficiently.
Food and beverage outlets are recycling shipping containers to make their businesses stand out.
This 85 foot tall shopping centre, in an industrial quarter of Europe, was constructed by stacking shipping containers. The bag retailer wanted to convey the company values through the use of recycled materials.
Shipping containers are made entirely of steel and the way they are assembled makes them stronger and more durable than the typical above ground swimming pool.
Italy-based coffee brand, illy, created a temporary push-button cafe for New York shoppers.
A shipping container home offers great insulation and noise canceling capabilities.
In Keetwonen Amsterdam shipping containers have been used to construct student housing with a thousand dorms, making it the biggest container city in the world.
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