Architecture Recycle

Cordell House: Made of Shipping Containers

With the aim to create and affordable, sustainable, and design-intensive homes for urban residents, developers Katie Nichols and John Walker from Numen Development have created the Cordell House. Made of shipping container from Houston, Texas port, the Cordell House uses three 40-footer containers and one 20-footer container. The 40-footers house the living room and the bedrooms of the Cordell House, while the 20-footer on the other hand houses the kitchen. The house even features a guesthouse and an 800SF breezeway patio that separated the guesthouse from the Cordell House. Considering the material the Cordell House uses, it is sustainable enough to help save the environment.

Cordell House

Cordell House

Cordell House

Cordell House

Cordell House

Source: Numen Development via Thecoolist


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