The real purpose of shipping containers
BUILD blog is obviously easy enough to confuse with the name of last week's Bldgblog which is reckoned to be the more cerebral, at least more writerly of the two. But BUILD blog, 'A discussion of design from the NW' is, in its own more conventional way, really good. In the issue I've just been sent (you subscribe free ) there is this piece on containers: 'Shipping containers...were originally invented in the 1990s to help architects to achieve ...
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