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Koma Modular’s Live-Work Store in Lüneburg, Germany is Made from Recycled Shipping Containers

Posted By Inhabitat On September 28, 2012 @ 2:20 pm In Architecture,Cargotecture,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments

Koma Modular, design store, Germany, shipping container, recycled shipping containers, [1]

Czech company KOMA MODULAR [2]‘s newest design store, located near the town of Lüneburg, Germany provides storage, office and sales space all in one compact building. The building is made from recycled shipping containers [3], and it provides live/work space that is highly flexible and it can be moved or adapted to fit the user’s needs. Large windows in the showroom fill the room with natural light, and the second floor is offset, leaving enough space for a large terrace. The current owners is a young design engineer who focuses on interior furnishing.

+ KOMA MODULAR [2]

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[2] KOMA MODULAR: http://www.koma-modular-construction.cz/

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