Below is a list of projects for shipping container houses and other buildings such as community centers, schools, and medical centers.
Project name: Peace Containers
Quote from their website: "Peace Containers is a not-for-profit organization that has perfected a method and system to economically convert retired international shipping containers into sustainable housing and community buildings such as medical facilities, schools and neighborhood centers.
The proven system is based on matching a team of our experts with local citizens to create needed structures, to teach skills to local team members and to aid local economic development. This training and knowledge will better prepare the residents to help the advancement of their own communities and raise their own personal standard of living."
Project name: Gloucester Green
Other articles about this project: http://www.enr.com/news/buildings/archives/031117.asp
This is a project of Fox & Fowle architects. The project utilizes about 3000 shipping containers, stacked eight high on a 345,000 square feet footprint for commerce and for building of shipping container houses. The project is a winner of the Boston Society of Architects 2003 "Density: Myth and Reality" competition.
Project name: Container City
This project was devised by the London based real estate development and urban management firm Urban Space Management. By building the Container City on Trintity Wharf in the Docklands, they have demonstrated the practical and urban potential of container houses and community buildings.
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