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The original prototype Eco-Pak house constructed in Turkey
The Eco-Pak home uses a shipping container as an integral part of a larger structure
The Eco-Pak house is built around a shipping container within which the extended framework is transported
The shipping container is integrated into the structure of the Eco-Pak home
The Eco-Pak home from Building Container and Coates Design
The Eco-Pak home offers custom design options
The Eco-Pak home's extended framework can be assembled with no special tools, equipment or skills required.
Thanks to their size, strength and ease of transport, shipping containers have been embraced by architects who have turned them into everything from restaurants and off-grid homes, to school classrooms and modular, portable hotels. The “Eco-Pak” home doesn’t just renovate the inside of a shipping container, but uses a shipping container as an integral part of a larger building, with all the structural components contained within it so it can be delivered just about anywhere in one convenient package.
Read the full article: “Eco-Pak” expands on shipping container houses
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