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Co-tain’s Homeless Health Care Clinic Concept is Made of Recycled Shipping Containers

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On July 19, 2011 @ 5:20 pm In Architecture,Cargotecture | No Comments

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Last year’s FFA Orlando/AIA Florida Chapter architecture competition asked participants to design a new health care clinic for the homeless in the Paramore district of downtown Orlando, FL. Recent graduates Gretel and Lance Moore of Co-Tain [1] rose to the challenge with this thoughtful design, which uses recycled shipping containers to construct a simple but effective, campus-like clinic. The proposal was unique from other entrants in that it was affordable and mobile – not to mention sustainable!

+ Co-Tain [1]


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