“Given a compact power source, the house of the future would have no roots tying it to the ground. Gone would be water pipes, drains, power lines; the autonomous home could therefore move, or be moved to anywhere on Earth at the owner’s whim.” - Arthur C. Clarke 1966
Hybrid Cargotecture or Shipping Container Architecture is usually labeled as a green, sustainable or eco-friendly form of building because it focuses on recycling or upcycling used shipping containers that would otherwise be nothing more than a discarded pile of steel taking up space in some port around the world. Furthermore by recycling these steel structures there is obviously less demand for brick, cement, wood and other building materials. This subsequently lowers the total embodied energetic cost associated with a home.
Using recycled materials is certainly a fundamental aspect of " Sustainable Architecture - In this era ".
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