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Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

shipping-container-office-sugoroku-j window behind the double doors

This unique urban container office and living space belongs to daiken-met architects in Gifu, Japan. It’s approx sq. in size and consists of 7 shipping containers which are held together by a steel mobile frame.

Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

Michaël Sellam, SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008.

Installation imaginée et réalisée par Michaël Sellam, dans le cadre de SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008, ordinateurs, robots industriels R2000, synthétiseurs, application programmée par Alexis Chazard & SEA, musique : Vincent Epplay... Initialement prévue à la MJC de Montreynaud, cette installation sera déplacée dans un lieu d'exposition près de la Cité du Design... nous privant ainsi pour Montreynaud d'un point d'accroche important...

Installation imaginée et réalisée par Michaël Sellam, dans le cadre de SUGOROKU : “The Intergalactic Afrofuturist Space Door“, 2008, ordinateurs, robots industriels R2000, synthétiseurs, application programmée par Alexis Chazard & SEA, musique : Vincent Epplay... Initialement prévue à la MJC de Montreynaud, cette installation sera déplacée dans un lieu d'exposition près de la Cité du Design... nous privant ainsi pour Montreynaud d'un point d'accroche important...

'sugoroku office' by daiken-met architects / nawakenji-m    placed within a cap-sizable three by three grid metal frame, the building focuses on the containers' abilities to stack, with a strategic use of solid and  void to create interior and exterior spaces with movable circulation elements that allow for the arrangement of boxes to be changed for future uses.

french architect patrick partouche has recently completed 'maison container lille', a single family residence created from eight shipping containers within the countryside of lille, france.

Watanabe Nobukazu, Japanese, 1872–1944; Pictorial Board and Dice Game (sugoroku): Lieutenant Colonel Fukushima’s Expedition, 1893; set of joined color woodblock prints; overall: 31 13/16 × 19 3/4 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Lowenhaupt 839:2010a-f

Watanabe Nobukazu, Japanese, Pictorial Board and Dice Game (sugoroku): Lieutenant Colonel Fukushima’s Expedition, set of joined color woodblock prints; overall: 31 × 19 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Gift of Mr. Charles A.

Is it a cargo container – or your new home?

Is It A Cargo Container Or Your New Home?

This is a three-level studio and living space by daiken-met architects in Gifu, Japan. Called Sugoroku Office, the space is made with seven used shipping containers and a structural steel frame that holds the intermodal units together.

Boxpark: London's first Pop-Up Shipping Container Mall Opens in Shoreditch

Boxpark: London's first Pop-Up Shipping Container Mall Opens in Shoreditch

Boxpark: London’s first Pop-Up Shipping Container Mall Opens in Shoreditch Boxpark Shoreditch – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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