Eco-Friendly Crossbox House by CG Architectes
By admin • Feb 2, 2011
The house has been made by recycling old shipping containers and making them livable.
The CrossBox project by CG Architectes:
““This project is a prototype of a Three-dimensional modular and industrialized house, built with four 40’shipping containers. The aim of this project is to build a low cost architect’s housing with high focus on environmental issues. With a industrial approach, the construction time is reduced, as the prices are getting down.
Each volume presents a very simple design: living area on the ground floor, and three bedrooms on the first floor. The crossing of the two boxes provides a covered entrance and a carport.”
Photos by: Javier Callejas
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