Shipping Container Architecture: Debunking the Design Trend of the Decade

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Shipping Container Architecture: Debunking the Design Trend of the Decade

Almost 500,000 buildings have arrived at the Port of Los Angeles this year. Well- not exactly. Over 490,000 shipping containers have arrived, though. If there?s a design trend that has caught the world by storm over the past decade, it?s been the rise in transforming shipping containers into buildings as a form of architecture. But are shipping con...
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  • Source of publication: 28-05-2021

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