We continue to discover for you. Our container house on today’s tour is from Matsuyama City, Shikoku, Japan.
We know that shipping containers are used in dozens of different areas. But the shipping container project we will show you today is completely different from the others. In this project in Japan, a photography studio was built using containers.
This structure, which has an impressive exterior, is one of the indicators that the usage areas of shipping containers are unlimited.
An 8 x 20 FT shipping container was used in the construction of the container structure. The two containers are placed on top and placed in a square-shaped structure. In the space between the containers, a roof with high windows is built to make the interior bright.
The black paint on the outside of the container structure is so beautiful that it is almost impossible for the structure not to attract attention.
TRadboX is a shared photography studio built from shipping containers that can be used by professional photographers and creators.
A share studio that can be used by creators, mainly freelance photographers and videographers. Not only studio rental, but also high quality knowledge and technology, mental sharing, seminars and workshops as a place to learn.
First container house rental studio in Shikoku’s Matsuyama city. Photo and video shooting venue for professional content creators and the general public.
A versatile rental space that can also be used for seminars and workshops.
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