The Patrick Partouche 'Container House' is Modernly Made of Eight Pieces

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: Mar 22, 2012 • References: inthralld & zeutch
To learn from one's child is a concept many are familiar with, which is demonstrated through the Patrick Partouche 'Container House.' Much like a child that builds a home from large LEGO pieces, Partouche resourcefully used eight bright-red shipping containers and stacked them to produce the Container House.

The interior of the interconnected home is built spaciously with careful color coordination to provide ample splashes of of the rainbow. It has a slightly whimsical appeal that is perfect for children and well praise-worthy by elegant home design critics. The home plays with shapes using spiraling staircases and perpendicular walkways. A hammock hangs in the living room, which adds to the home's color and leisurely appeal. The Patrick Partouche Container House is a humble abode offering fun for everyone. Stats for Freight-Hauled Homes Trending: Older & Warm
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