Today we will show you container house from Bali, Indonesia.
Dura Container House sat on 1,600 sqm land, which is leased for a long time by the proprietor. Along these lines, the first and primary thought is to utilize transitory structure that later can be camouflaged and reused when the lease is finished.
18 units of (20ft) utilized shipping containers are stacked and organized fit as a fiddle. The L shape game plan permits a twofold volume space made at the inside which have works as living space and multifunction space for family and companion gathering. The stacked containers at the west side (the passage region) shields the living space from the west sun heat. East side of the structure is the associated with the living space through full tallness glass windows to augment the opening – interfacing inside and outside, picking up the east morning daylight however much as could reasonably be expected.
In this two storey house,
the ground floor is functioned as public area, while the first floor is dedicated for more private and intimate activities for the owner. The ground floor has a small meeting room, offices and service kitchen. All these areas are connected to the main living space. Next to living space is terrace for outdoor breakfast, dining, or BBQ. On the first floor, master bedroom and the other two bedrooms are connected by small living space with small pantry in the corner. The corridor on the first floor is visually connected to the main living space.
Covering the spaces is the additional roof in V shape. It protects from rain, direct west sunlight and buffer heat to minimize the heat absorption by the containers. The V shape meant to soften the boxy look of the containers and creates movement to the architecture and how it is visually related with the landscape. As the consequence of the roof design, water drainage is well planned and executed with a statement gutter that becomes another strong element on the design.
Dura Villas Container House
Jalan Pengubugan No. 88, Banjar Silayukti Kerobokan Canggu, Kerobokan, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali
- FIRM : studio-tana
- TYPE : Other Residential
- AREA SIZE : 470 Sqm
- DESIGN STYLE : Industrial, Modern
- ARCHITECT / DESIGNER : Studio Tana
- CONTRACTOR : Senese Dewata
- LOCATION : Bali
- PHOTOGRAPHER : Wayan Martino
- STATUS : Completed
- YEAR : 2018
- DURATION : 2 years
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