This shipping container office, created by Copenhagen-based Arcgency, is quite literally Made to be Moved. The office's name is in fact 'Made to be Moved' and it's designed to be easily dismantlable and movable to different locations. This functionality renders it quite useful in the often inhospitable Scandinavian climate.
The issue with most shipping container buildings is lack of insulation. However, this shipping container office uses insulated sandwich panels and triple-glazed windows to get around that problem. The office only requires a modest amount of heating in winter, and open windows more than enough to keep it cool in the summer.
This shipping container office is both functional and eco-friendly, and is a successful project at a time when shipping containers are increasingly being looked at as living and working space options.
This Danish-Made Office is Made to Be Moved
1. Modular Office Spaces - The concept of adaptable and movable office spaces is a disruptive innovation opportunity in the real estate industry.
2. Sustainable Building Materials - The use of insulated sandwich panels and triple-glazed windows presents an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the construction industry.
3. Container Architecture - Leveraging shipping containers as building blocks for offices opens up disruptive innovation opportunities in the architecture and design industry.
1. Real Estate - The trend of modular office spaces offers a disruptive innovation opportunity in the real estate industry, enabling flexible and adaptable work spaces.
2. Construction - The use of sustainable building materials such as insulated sandwich panels and triple-glazed windows present disruptive innovation opportunities in the construction industry, promoting energy efficiency and eco-friendly designs.
3. Architecture and Design - The concept of container architecture presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the architecture and design industry, allowing for creative and cost-effective building solutions using repurposed shipping containers.