PROJECT : CONTAINER HOUSE
PROJECT YEAR : 2020
LOCATION : ÇANAKKALE / TURKEY
BUILDING AREA : 30,00 m2
CLIENT : PRIVATE
SCOPE OF WORK : ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT DESIGN, ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT, PROJECT CONSULTANCY
Designed by Sia Moore this stunning modern container home is made from one 20ft and one 40 ft shipping containers and filled with brilliant small space design features and luxury inspirations!
The concept for container home project is based on sustainability, recycling, environment-friendly design and reuse of materials. Transformed from two shipping containers, this innovative house has a main entrance, living room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and a patio for outdoor dining and relaxation. The building area of container home is about 30,00 m2. It is located on the outskirts of Kazdağları. It is possible to position your living space in any location you want. As the containers are transformed, they create free living spaces. The container home project is the best way not to break away from modern life while living with nature. Thus, shipping containers turns into a modern and functional house.
Luxurious and small
The time-frame for elaboration and execution of this model of construction is infinitely smaller, cleaner and faster. Although this is a more compact project than others, the exterior and interior design are still one of our priorities. For this reason, to keep on with the luxurious style, unique decorations and materials were opted for. Orange and yellow color alternatives were used to create a lively atmosphere inside the space. The interior design of the house is designed in such a way that it does not make you feel like you live in a small house. The design of indoor and outdoor spaces can be used intertwined but also independently from each other, specially designed to sit together and to protect personal spaces. The interior and exterior lighting of the house has been created in a way that makes the space look completely spacious. Thus, the pleasure of nature and the luxury can be experience at the same time.
The container home architecture and interior design was completed by Sia Moore and the construction works on the site are still ongoing.