This building is a one-story container office building with 1033 square feet of living area.
The building combines two 40ft used shipping containers and was built using conventional wooden construction methods. The container house was located in Nobeoka City, Japan and the construction period was three months.
The house has a using area of 1033 square feet, which qualifies it as a small home by Japanese standards. Thecontainerized office is made of two 40-foot shipping containers that have been cut and welded together, then covered with standard wooden framing, siding and roofing materials.
Shipping Container Offices
Shipping containers are very versatile and can be used for a variety of purposes, including storage, transportation, and even office space.
Unlike a traditional office building, which is constructed of solid walls and a roof, a container office is made up of shipping containers. These large metal boxes are stackable and can be easily transported by truck or ship.
Container offices have become popular in recent years as an alternative to traditional office space. They are often used as temporary office space for construction projects or as portable offices for businesses that need to move frequently.
Container offices are also popular among students and educators, who use them as mobile classrooms or libraries.
In addition to their portability, container offices are also more affordable than traditional office space. They can be stacked on top of each other to save space, and they require less energy to heat and cool.
As a result, container offices are an increasingly popular choice for businesses and individuals who need flexible, affordable office space.
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