Shipping Container Homes
Martin, Palm Beach, Broward, Dade Counties
Full 3/2 - Open Kitchen, Dining, Living Rms
2 Covered 1st FL Porches - 2nd FL Deck
561 - 324 - 4871
"Method for converting one or more steel shipping
containers into a habitable building at a building site and the product thereof".
-Phillip C. Clark, pat. #4854094 granted August 8, 1989
Shipping Container Architecture is an idea that seems to have arrived. When Malcolm McLean developed the shipping container in the 1950s he Revolutionized the Transport Industry.
In 1987, when Philip C. Clark filed the first known U.S. patent describing a method for converting shipping containers into a habitable buildings he laid the groundwork for a construction concept that is today Revolutionizing the Building Industry.
Convenient, Efficient, and Structurally Sound, shipping containers have been used in the construction of commercial and residential structures in Europe and Asia for years. From military outposts and emergency shelters, to housing in densely populated cities and portable medical clinics, Container Architecture has helped fill a pressing need for Affordable, Sustainable Structures. Initially these first structures were single modules generally devoid of the traditional amenities of a comfortable home. Today, shipping containers are used as the building blocks of large, multi-unit, modular and often exotic structures.
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