david mach has unveiled designs for his first ever building – a sculptural design made out of more than 30 shipping containers.
different units slide over each other to create rooms and terraces.
the ‘ventanilla module’ project proposes a low-cost and non-invasive housing type for the pesquero II settlement.
the vacant lot neighboring the university was transformed into an innovative building made of recycled shipping containers.
the new design features a body of water among the contemporary modular units resulting in a summer oasis in the middle of the city.
while the exterior evokes an industrial aesthetic, the interior creates a warm and cozy atmosphere.
stacked forms create a bold contrast of solids and voids to shape a series of indoor and outdoor integrated office spaces.
the ground floor provides space for a coating area, parking and storage while the second floor is designed to house a restaurant.
the project by UAE based architects mouaz abouzaid, bassel omara and ahmed hammad uses a simple yet accurate design.
the interior design captures the rough charm of the area by combining the industrial look of the harbour with an urban aesthetic.