Gallery: The Beach Box is the First Hamptons Home Built With Recycled S...

One of the wealthiest areas of New York, the Hamptons seems like the most unlikely location to build a home out of re-purposed shipping containers, but Andrew Anderson has done just that. Comprised of six-modules from New York-based SG Blocks and a slew of the most cutting-edge, sustainable materials on the market, the Beach Box is an enviable eco-lux home located in the tranquil Napeague dunes - just 600 feet from the ocean. But don't get too excited. Like most homes throughout this upscale hamlet, it doesn't come cheap; the Hamptons' very first shipping container home is currently on sale for a whopping $1,395,000.

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  1. 2DCube March 24, 2014 at 4:46 am

    If I had over $1mil to spend on a shipping containers in the Hamptons I think I’d make a better effort… The price tag is most probably the plot of land? It’s pretty unimaginative… I would wager it was designed in Sketchup, where are the curves dude? (don’t use the term “sympathetic”) On the upside it looks very well made, almost 100% true to the stark renders presented to the construction company… Sorry if you think this post is a bit harsh but green credentials doesn’t mean it’s pleasing on the eye.

  2. Karen Naylor March 23, 2014 at 5:17 pm

    I love this but I would imagine that it is out of reach financially for the ordinary working person

  3. Upcycled Jewelry January 8, 2014 at 11:40 am

    This is incredible! One of the nicest container homes I’ve seen!