Shipping Container Kiosks Invade Seoul’s Design District
Architects have skewed the industrial items to create multi-purpose structures in South Korea's newest plaza
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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