Shipping container concept

For this quick concept, the focus was on tackling the awkward interior space of a 40 foot ‘high cube’ shipping container. Angling the container lowered the roof in places and gave the rooms better proportions. The changes in level have been used to define the spaces.

To maximise interior space super thin “va-Q-vip” vacuum insulated panels were used for wall insulation (r5.7 at only 40mm). Following passive house principles, including a heat recovery ventilation system would allow the container to be an energy efficient air tight space. Cement sheet was used for interior wall lining to provide some thermal mass. View a drawing of a typical wall section [PDF].


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3 thoughts on “Shipping container concept

  1. Andrew R says:

    Jeeven
    Thanks for the feedback. The angle is 12.5 degree. I’ve added an updated section showing this. As for the plumbing, there is plenty of space to run this under the floor. If you need water storage then I’d suggest an external tank.

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  2. Jeevan Prasad says:

    this is an economical and practical idea, here I want to know the degree of angle in between container floor to earth, in toilets and pantry/kitchen where we put water storage tank

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