Gallery: PHOTOS: Stacked Recycled Shipping Containers Create a Fantasti...

The second edition of the fantastic Copenhagen Design Week just kicked off, and Inhabitat is on the scene capturing all bustling events going down in Danish capital. An initiative of the Danish Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs, and directed by the Danish Design Centre, the week is all about design thinking, user-centered design, and sustainability. The biennale, that first saw light in 2009, is curated by architects Tina Midtgaard and Karen Kjaergaardmakes under the ‘Think Human’ concept. This year's fair features lots of exhibits, international conferences, street installations, workshops, awards and open showrooms all throughout the city. But for any good design week hunter, the natural starting point is of course the Information Point! Located right by the incredible Copenhagen Kvæsthusmolen Harbor, the stacked structure has been built from one of our favorite building materials: recycled shipping containers!

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