Recycling unused cargo containers is a great way to build urban and affordable housing nowadays. Located in Corboba, Argentina, this Container House is another example of sustainable living with shipping containers. San Francisco-based architects José Schreiber Arquitecto have created the L-shaped minimalist home using two metal containers.
Both exterior and interior of the house boasts contrasting red, black and white shades to highlight simplicity and modernity of this dwelling. The main service area of the house lies in ground floor, which includes main entrance, kitchen, pantry, laundry room, bathroom and warehouse.
These areas are divided into two volumes; a gap between two sections is covered with living room, garage and barbecue area. A minimal staircase leads to the second floor that houses bedroom and bathroom sections. For ventilation and sight viewing, plenty of small and huge glass windows are created, providing necessary air and light to the living space. It is a perfect minimalist home that offers contemporary living solutions for urban lifestyle.
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