Shipping Container Home Unfolds To Create Extra Living Space

Shipping Container Home Unfolds To Create Extra Living Space
Design

The Port-A-Bach by Atelierworkshop is an upcycled container with movable walls that sleeps two adults and two children.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 january 2013

The Port-A-Bach by New Zealand-based studio Atelierworkshop, is a vacation home made out of an upcycled shipping container. The prototype was built in Hangzhou, China and shipped to New Zealand, where it forms part of the permanent collection at Puke Ariki Museum in New Plymouth.

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