В Дубае (Объединенные Арабские эмираты) в понедельник, 23 мая, состоялось открытие первого полностью функционального офиса, напечатанного на 3D-принтере. Об этом в среду, 25 мая, сообщает издание N+1 со ссылкой на сообщение правительства страны.
Casa MJE is a private residence located in Salinas, Spain.
It started as a boxy sketch on a Brooklyn bar napkin, more of a question than a cabin. Like, could we actually build something stable? How hard is construction if you’ve never really built anything bigger than a bike jump?
Клоди Дюбель из города Мирабель (Квебек, Канада) решила построить дом из весьма необычного материала. Девушка нашла инжиниринговую фирму и заказала 4 металлических морских контейнера.
Oriental interiors attract us with their warmth, comfort and fabulous atmosphere. They are always vivid, with many patterns and ornaments, their integral feature — luxury, luxury in the details, in each element. Undoubtedly, one of the most important parts of the eastern interior are the different tables. There may be many: one for meeting guests and the other for tea with the family, and the third — a coffee table. Particular attention is occupied mosaic coffee tables in the Moroccan style.
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But there are other practical aspects to living in a shipping container home. Your house is fireproof and low maintenance. You can live in a container home almost anywhere, and lock it up when you’re away. Even better, smaller container homes can move with you. Shipping container homes can be modular: just stack two or three or more as needed.
The 100 square foot tiny house features 1 bedroom and 1 bath. At the time of posting, it was on sale for $18,000.
originally only used to transport cargo across the globe, shipping containers were so cheap to manufacture that it was economically more viable to leave them at the freight’s destination, rather than to return or reuse them. consequently, the last few years have seen architects and designers repurpose the steel enclosures, utilizing their flexible and adaptable nature, which means that they can be constructed almost anywhere. cheap, lightweight, and readily available, designboom’s TOP 10 shipping container structures of 2014 includes a range of imaginative and inventive uses for the modular units.