And this unusual architectural project is intended to be carried out in two phases.
The first phase is the construction of the modular housing in the two containers, while the second phase will be completed after its dismantling and reassembly, when it will begin to serve as a place for housing. Although it seems like a fairly simple project, this house can be expanded, replicated and even used in a completely different context at any time.
In other words, different container layouts are responsible for creating different spaces and thus completely different experiences of their tenants. The two container modules are attached laterally while their industrialized components are fully exposed, without camouflage. Plumbers are concentrated in a single wall, creating a so-called infrastructure module – a strategy that, in addition to reducing costs, has also freed up the rest of the space.
In this way, the second container gained in flexibility, while on the inside, the profiles on the floor and the roof were used to connect the containers, but also to facilitate their separation for transport. To discover the construction system, the materials and colors completely differentiate the flexibility from the infrastructure module: one is green and has a double bed with nautical plywood; the other is an earthy orange kitchen, while the bathroom (quite understandably) chose navy blue for itself.
However, the interiors aren’t the main heroes of this unusual story – it’s the nature that, we can freely say, takes the entire interior under its wing, thanks to the large glass doors that blur the boundaries between these two spaces. In this way, the occupants of the unusual house can enjoy the charm of nature without touch, either on the terrace with a favorite book or at home with a cup of hot tea.