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This Shipping Container art studio in Amagansett, New York was designed by MB Architecture, who took two 40′ containers and placed them on top of a earth-bermed foundation. The double-wide structure provides a huge double-height studio space, storage and an informal gallery. Great idea!!!! ~ad'a~
Maziar Behrooz Architecture photo: Francine Fleischer: art studio made with two side-by side steel shipping containers. www.mbarchitecture.com
Container Studio / Maziar Behrooz Architecture | from the architects: The client needed an art studio close to her house (which we renovated in 2008). Her requirements were for a space of about 700 sf and a stringent budget of $60,000; and for a simple structure that would be both inviting and reflective.
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East Hampton-based studio Maziar Behrooz Architecture completed this Container Studio project in 2010. This 840 square foot contemporary studio made with two 40' shipping containers is located in Amagansett, New York, USA. More shipping container houses here Container Studio by Maziar Behrooz Architecture : "The client needed an art studio close to her house (which we renovated in 2008). Her requirements were for a space of about 700 sf and a stringent budget of $60,000; and for a simple structure that would be both inviting and reflective. Our solution was to use two 9’-6” x 40’ x 8’ shipping containers (cost: $2,500 each, delivered) perched over a 9’ foundation wall/cellar. By cutting 75% of the floor of the containers, we were able to move the painting studio to a lower level via a wide staircase and take advantage of a high ceiling. The staircase itself acts as a transitional space for viewing art work. The upper floor provides a more intimate work area and a sitting