Courtesy of Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects
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Patrick bradley designs cantilevered shipping container offi...
shipping container homes make great economic and environmental sense. but we can make them even better by growing plants (preferably food) on the exposed walls and roof. the plants insulate the home. for instance, a vertical aeroponics system, using solar or wind power to run the pumps, can be cleverly attached to the walls without worrying about any water rusting the shipping container. all you'd need is a rolling ladder to access all your food!
Using natural, unpainted wood and neutral grays and whites, the design gives the impression of minimalism while still including plenty of features and furnishings. The Overhead light fixtures spread out like broken umbrellas and serve to make the space and it's massive ceilings a bit less daunting.
J'adore cette cuisine! Le table et les chaises ce sont trés rustique. Tout de la cuisine c'est trés interesante. J'adore le plan de travail et les muebles parce que les couleurs et le style.
Talavera Mexican Tile - Classics Handmade tiles can be colour coordinated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios
Red accents with very soft grey units is an idea
Plain English Kitchens - love the simple panelling, traditional, but still modern and simple
Plain English kitchen with units painted in Farrow and Ball French Gray paint. Full details on Modern Country Style blog: Colour Study: Farrow and Ball French Gray in interiors