Saturday, August 29, 2009

The Container House




Okay. We all know containers are reusable receptacle that can accommodate other objects for a certain amount of time. At some point, these reusable boxes will have an expiration date; meaning, it would be advisable to change into a new one. Of course, it depends on the material and condition of the container. Paper boxes can be used again if its still in mint condition and plastic containers can be used as long as it does not have cracks or discoloration. But what about cargo containers? What happens after it is no longer needed? Adam Kalkin shows us the product life cycle and a pioneering way of following the trend in temporary living spaces. View more pictures and read more about it here.






Artist/Architect: Adam Kalkin | Source: Prefabs and Fresh Creation

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