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Shipping Container Home – Brazil

Building a shipping container home Brazil is a cost-efficient option to the country’s stark housing landscape. At last estimate, Brazil housing statistics indicate that the country has a deficit of 7 million units. This means that these houses are not habitable either due to poor structural conditions; lack of proper utilities; and crowding (two or […]

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Shipping Container Home – Guatemala

A shipping container home in Guatemala is a viable solution to the country’s dire housing landscape. According to recent statistics, almost 1.2 million homes are needed in a country with a population of about 14 million. The number of households that lack permanent dwelling units is not the only issue that the government currently faces. […]

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Cool Shipping Container Cabins

Green sensibility and creative freedom make cool shipping container cabins out of end-of-life 8×40-foot freight containers that otherwise would take up space in landfills. Given our modern society’s increasing awareness about reducing our carbon footprint and constructing energy efficient buildings, and the increasing pressure from environmentalists and green lobbyists to reduce post-consumer waste, repurposing shipping […]

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Shipping Container City – Mexico

There is a new buzzword in the area of construction. “Cargotecture” refers to the architecture style that reuses end-of-life shipping cargoes into container homes, offices and other useful structures for a variety of purposes. When a group of these structures are built close within one another, a container city rises. Shipping containers have long been […]

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Puma City Shipping Containers Retail Store

The red store with the cat insignia that rose up in Fan Pier in 2009 may altogether be novel in the world of retail. Puma, a world-famous brand of sporting goods, has built Puma City shipping containers retail store made of 24 refurbished freight containers stacked three-stories high. The containers were not just put together […]

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