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Shipping Container Architecture

Containers are in many ways an excellent building material because they are strong, durable, stackable, cuttable, movable, do it yourself, plentiful and relatively cheap. Architects as well as laypeople have used them to build many types of buildings such as homes, offices, apartments, universities, dormitories, artists' studios and emergency shelters; they have also been used as swimming pools. They are also used to provide short-term secure spaces on construction sites and other venues on an "as is" most basic rather than building shelters.

The abundance and relative cheapness of these containers during the last decade comes from the deficit in created goods received from North America in the last two many years. These created goods come to North America from Asia and, to a lesser extent, Europe, in containers that often have to be shipped back empty, or "deadhead", at considerable expenditure. It is often less expensive to buy new storage containers in Asia than to ship old ones back. Therefore, new applications are sought for the used containers which may have reached their North American destination.
More Advantage if you build your Own Property from Shipping Container
Strength and durability
Shipping containers are in many ways an ideal building material. They are designed to carry heavy loads and to be stacked in high columns. They are also designed to resist harsh environments
All shipping containers are the same width and most have two standard height and length measurements and as such they provide modular elements that can be combined into larger structures. This simplifies design, planning and transport. As they are already designed to interlock for ease of mobility during transportation, structural construction is completed by simply emplacing them. Due to the containers' modular design additional construction is as easy as stacking more containers

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