Container houses can be preferred as secondary alternatives to idle space for their own unique cubic forms and for individual houses, which may have an original aesthetic stance at the same time as collective life. Container houses are among Europe’s most environmentally friendly, recyclable life projects that have been in use for many years and are of great interest. At the same time, we can say that container houses give a different perspective to residential architecture with durable structures and ergonomic bodies. In recent years, containers have emerged not only as individual home projects, but as new commercials of many world famous brands that support this flow. We wanted to give you a look at the remarkable and modern designs that emerged today with the containers used for land and sea transport.
As one of man’s most basic needs, accommodation continues to change shape with the arrival of the modern age. In particular, residential areas are being reshaped on an architectural principle such as sustainability, the diversity of materials used is increasing, models and projects are emerging that are compatible with nature apart from expectation of quality life, guaranteeing the existence of future generations, being recyclable and suitable for secondary uses. Containers that are frequently used in Europe, especially within the scope of these projects. Originally used for freight transport on land and sea transport, the containers allow robust construction and ergonomic bodies and new approaches to residential architecture for secondary uses.
In our country, the use of containers for housing has been going on for many years. Containers which are used especially for the temporary housing areas in the construction sector are located in the construction area or in the office, dining hall, dormitory, wc and bathroom etc. The basic solution method for meeting the basic needs of housing as However, the recognition of containers in our country became more evident with the emergence of container cities originally built after natural disasters such as earthquakes. In this period, emergency housing conditions were established by using containers. With the needs of many catastrophes being met, the vital importance of containers has come to the forefront and has become the focus of attention within different architectural applications. The situation abroad is slightly different.