Greetings Brooklyn! 🙂 On a tree-lined street in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, a former carriage house from the 1930s is now a colorful modern home that boasts bright orange shipping containers.
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Greetings from Brooklyn! 🙂 NYC’s latest shipping container home has been spotted in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Curbed’s Jessica Dailey recently happened across the single-family Carroll House at 2 Monitor Street on the corner of Richardson Street. Based on
Greetings from Southampton! 🙂 The Cocoon Cabin represents the smallest of Cocoon9’s prefab designs, but it doesn’t skimp on style. In fact, the entire concept is built upon the idea that prefab/modular housing doesn’t have to be boring. The international design
Greetings from New York City! 🙂 You may know how expensive lot space is in New York City, so sometimes the only way to build is up! That’s what architecture firm LOT-EK did to create the Guzman Penthouse, a transformed apartment mechanical room topped
Greetings from New York! 🙂 It wouldn’t be a stretch to call LOT-EK one of the original pioneers of shipping container prefab. Their Modular Dwelling Unit, a simple yet brilliant design, has now been on the scene since 2002, and serves as a great prefab
Greetings from New York City! 🙂 There’s plenty of cool shipping container architecture that’s popped up around the city in recent years, from a retrofitted carriage house to the home of a radio station. But the title of first (legal) home built entirely of recycled […]
Greetings from New York! 🙂 We find ourselves touring another cozy shipping container guest home! This painting studio in Amagansett, New York is a 840 square foot contemporary studio made with two 40′ shipping containers on the lot of an existing home. To save cost […]
Greetings from The Hamptons! 🙂 Coming to you from one of the wealthiest areas of New York, the Hamptons! I know, the Hamptons seems like the most unlikely location to build a shipping container home, but they did! And guess what? Don’t get too excited. […]