Lundy POULIN. Home Design. December 28th , 2016.
Have you ever thought on having an urban concept in container house? If you have limited ideas on what it looks like, let’s see the Proyecto Conteiner which is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Designed by H2O Arquitectura, the house uses container to cover their interior. Therefore, it will not look like a house from the outside; it looks exactly like a lorry container which is covered in orange color and a colorful graffiti on one of its side.
Even though the container gives messy look from the outer part, get ready to be amazed when you have entered the inner part of the house as the urban concept design has been arranged in a way that it makes you feel like home. It combines contemporary and urban concept of living. The room is entirely covered in white; the wall, the ceiling, and the floor. It is also equipped by white furniture.
The living space has a beautiful low sofa which has floral pattern. Behind the sofa, there is an urban painting attached on the container. This urban accent can also be found when we enter the study room. It has a wall mounted bookshelf made entirely of wood. On top of the shelf, we can find an old television placed next to book of old-cars which emphasizes the urban lifestyle. Additionally, the container’s stair which is normally put outside of the box is placed inside the room and utilized as the room separator.
The working desk is in the form of long wooden table which is painted in white. In this table, we can see the combination of old and new style of living. The stationery holder is made of recycled material, however the sketchbook and other electronics represents the modern lifestyle. Above the desk, we can find hanging lamp without caps, the asymmetric cable arrangement shows the beautiful urban living. This urban concept architect is a great example of utilizing unused object.
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