Because the house will be an icon in the middle of a forest, so why not?
We have often wondered on TreeHugger whether shipping container architecture makes sense. Now Indonesian architect shows us what is perhaps the most nonsensical and silly use of shipping containers yet, where they are a nothing more than a tilted hat on top of a monster house on the island of Lombak, an Indonesian island east of Bali.
There are interesting green things going on in this house; the walls are made of local clay mixed with sand, cement, straw and cow dung. Interior cladding is made from flattened bamboo. Dezeen explains:
Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter) Design / Green Architecture July 13, 2017
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