The shipping container, a minimalist design, invented by Malcom McLean in the 1950s, transformed global trade. Now, these steel containers have become integral to architecture and design experiments worldwide. These standardized, geometric units are versatile, featuring original, storied surfaces, wood curtain facades, and purist compositions with light installations. In a dynamic world of hybrid living and working, this book showcases remarkable container buildings, celebrating their diverse and imaginative architectural applications.
|Dimensions||25.4 × 33 cm|