Apparently, the first commercial cargo container building of its kind in the US, made from 12 re-purposed containers. Dominic posted about the project last June. Money quote: “No one will ever take wrecking ball to a modular building because it makes more sense to cut the connections and disassemble it and relocate it,” says building designer Joel Egan of HyBrid architecture. He adds that buildings can be constructed more quickly, less expensively—20 to 40 percent less—and can be easily fitted to contain green roofs and other features to conserve energy.
Katie Zemtseff of the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce has a great interview and tour about the finished space.
(Via Blogging Georgetown)