Shipping Container Kiosks Invade Seoul’s Design District

Shipping Container Kiosks Invade Seoul’s Design District
Design

Architects have skewed the industrial items to create multi-purpose structures in South Korea's newest plaza

Janet Burns
  • 21 october 2014

In the past several years, architects and designers have widely explored applications for shipping containers, with results ranging from humble animal shelters and changing rooms to high-end retail spaces. Leading the pack, a Dutch firm recently designed an entire “extended family” of structures which seek to further reinterpret the shape and possible functions of the industrial boxes.

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