Tuesday 09 January 2018
Converted shipping containers are tackling homelessness in London, the site in the London Borough of Ealing has been transformed into sustainable housing for 132 people.
The houses are built from re-purposed shipping containers and kitted out with kitchens, bedrooms, and toilets, the project was to help the homeless and provide emergency hostel accommodation for local people. The site was constructed in just 14 weeks.
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