With rising concerns about the environment and the ever increasing cost of building materials have made architects figure out alternative ways and materials of constructing building, while ensuring that the construction process is completed as early as possible. To solve the problems associated with conventional architecture, architects have often converted shipping containers into living spaces in the recent times. Carrying on the trend and helping make a shipping container home more accessible, a unique Bed and Breakfast in Majorca, Spain offers its guests to stay in a modern apartment made using a series of shipping containers.
The B&B christened Container House has an open planned living area with a rooftop bedroom module and an outdoor deck with a swimming pool and barbeque area. Despite the use of shipping containers, the interior space is kept quite modern and has all what you will need for a comfortable stay. The stylishly decorated interior space lets you forget about the shipping containers, until of course you see the ceiling.
The modern shipping container home features designer furnishings, wooden floorboards, floor-to-ceiling windows, spiral staircases to save space and an internal garden that also serves as a light shaft to bring in natural light. The Container House can be booked online with prices starting about $110 per night.