Malaysian house made from shipping containers exudes traditional charm


Built from four shipping containers connected by a series of steel platforms and bridges, the Kontena home has ample parking spaces around the house. Photos: Winston See/Paperspace

Container houses may not be entirely new but with the ever rising price of property, they could well be a viable home ownership option. And with the right touch, such designs can offer stylish and sustainable living without compromising on comfort.

One such example is the Kontena house, located in Bentong, Pahang, designed by architect Winston See, co-founder of Paperspace design studio.

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