This case is built using 4 40-foot and 3 20-foot containers. There are living room, kitchen, bedroom, saloon, balcony and other spaces.
The exterior retains the original appearance of the container, and the interior uses fine decoration and furnishings. Presenting a visual contrast and matching the beautiful outdoor sceneries, it makes people linger. Producer : Puli Container
The basic unit of the container house is 20-foot or 40-foot container, just like Lego bricks, you can use your ingenuity for the house of your dreams and use different assembly and matching to create your personal space.
The space constraint issues and resulting rise in housing prices in most of the major cities across the world is driving the growth in the container houses market. Container houses make use of the old shipping containers to build their houses and require very less space compared to conventional houses, thus saving space.
The global container houses market was valued at about $47.68 billion in 2018 and is expected to grow to $61.34 billion at a CAGR of 6.5% through 2022.
North America is the largest market for container houses with a 39% share in the market.
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