Gallery: WhiteCrate Uses Converted Shipping Containers to Create a Fest...

 
The interiors were decorated throughout by Fluid bars.

DockLounge is made-up of two 40-foot WhiteCrate containers and one Hi-cube 40-foot WhiteCrate container that were joined together after the sides were removed to form a spacious room. The site can host around 80 guests, all milling around a central log burner. The interiors were decorated throughout by Fluid bars, who made the space look a bit like a warm ski-lodge.

After their previous ideas for exhibition spaces and their part in the recent unveiling of Nissan LEAF, the designers at WhiteCircle have shown just how much capacity their converted crates have. For more information about the WhiteCrates concept, take a look at their official website, and watch this space for further news from the team!

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Images courtesy of WhiteCrates

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  1. FacebookUser4 December 18, 2012 at 5:45 am

    Those shipping container conversions look great. There seems to be a real momentum growing as people recognise what can be done with shipping containers.
    http://www.dainton.com/shipping-container-conversions.html

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