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Boxman Studios Doubles Staff to Create More Pop-Up Shipping Container Buildings

Posted By Andrew Goodwin On February 15, 2013 @ 5:20 pm In Architecture,Cargotecture,Prefab Housing,Sustainable Building | No Comments

Boxman Studios, shipping container, pop-up, reuse, recycled material, events, promotional, architecture, design, sustainable urbanism, Charlotte, Google, Whole Foods, Nike

Boxman Studios [3] was inspired to work with shipping containers during the economic downturn of 2008. They salvaged [6] and bought decommissioned containers from old shipping and storage yards and customized [7] them to fit a wide range of applications. Fast-forward to present day and cargotecture [5] has caught on as an innovative new form of architecture – and shipping container projects are popping up across the US and around the world.

Boxman Studios [3]‘ growth has allowed the company to jump into more urban infrastructure projects from the private housing realm. The studio‚Äôs offices are moving into a 65,000 square-foot-space in Charlotte, North Carolina that includes areas for design, manufacturing, storage, and logistics. The firm’s upcoming projects include pop-up [8] and permanent additions for clients such as Nike, Google and Whole Foods.

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[3] Boxman Studios: http://boxmanstudios.com/

[4] shipping containers: http://inhabitat.com/index.php?s=shipping+container

[5] shipping container: http://inhabitat.com/architecture/m2e-power/

[6] salvaged: http://inhabitat.com/recycled-materials/

[7] customized: http://inhabitat.com/solar-powered-shipping-container-is-a-pop-up-prefab-party/

[8] pop-up: http://inhabitat.com/hassell-to-transform-shipping-containers-and-pallets-into-an-urban-coffee-farm-in-melbourne/

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