When you think of houses or any other structures built from shipping containers you usually imagine something small and compact. Well, bigger projects can also be created. For example, this is a residence found in Queensland, Australia. It’s a big home with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a study, a home office, a workshop and a gym and it was built using a total of 31 shipping containers.
The house was designed by Todd Miller of Zeliger Buile. It measures a total of 6,000 square feet and it’s an impressive on the outside as it is on the inside.
The eco-friendly house includes a 3000L water tank, satellite wiring and uses solar power. It sits on a 706 square meter site overlooking the river so it also has nice views. The indoor-outdoor connection is highlighted by the glass walls which open onto the decks.
The interior is chic and modern. Additional wood detailing adds charm to the spaces. Graffiti art decorates the walls in the living spaces and adds color to the décor. The living area is situated on the ground floor with direct access to the deck and the pool. A staircase offers access to the social zone situated on the left and to the private area on the right.