South Coast Shipping House
Sanctuary Magazine • Documentary, 01-Aug-2020
Structurally built around 4 shipping containers this project was always about economy, efficiency and how to do as much as possible on a very limited budget. The client’s conviction from the outset was that good architecture does not need to be expensive, and this project attempts to prove the theory.
Architects : Matt Elkan, Daina Cunningham
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