“This residence is made up of six shipping containers stacked atop one another, and is the first and only legal residence of its kind in Brooklyn. Contractor David Boyle and his architect wife, Michele Bertomen, built the home on a 20-by-40-foot piece of land. The shipping containers are connected with a stairwell in the middle. The house is heated via radiant heat, with pipes running heated water through the concrete floors.”
Read more: Williamsburg Shipping Container Home “Inhabitat New York City”
SUPER THERM was applied to container units to be used as accommodation. Application was done using the standard 400µ WFT/250µ DFT application thickness.
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