Planet Home: Season 1
Season 1, Episode 10 • Documentary, 16-Apr-2015
In Costa Rica, in the western suburbs of the capital San Jose, the residential neighbourhood of Escazú hides a surprising form of architecture: a large house of 340 square metres entirely made of old naval containers. A dream come true for professional photographer Sergio Pucci, who asked his architect sister-in-law to create a contemporary, trendy and ecological living space.
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