Cargotecture for “Hybrid Architecture Container Home”

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Cargotecture for Hybrid Architecture Container Home

Made in 2004 and delivered in Enumclaw, Washington, the Studio 320 is a project which started the term “Cargotecture”. The warm interior is all made of recycled wood which comes from the back of a gym bleachers of a local high school. This project has been widely published in books and magazines and also on HGTV and its DIY channel.

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The house has sliding metal walls in order to cover the windows when the house is not in use, making use of the cut metal panels from the sgipping container. The house has been built with 2 little 20 feet containers and its fully equiped foe living. It’s composed of a little bedroom, a toilet and a coomon and multi purpose space (Hall, dinning-room, office and kitchen).

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SOURCE: http://www.hybridarc.com

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