As the second phase of the original Container City project at Trinity Buoy Wharf (London), Container City II is both an extension and evolution of the first building. Built adjacent to Container City I, with inter-connecting bridges, a new lift and full disabled access, Container City II was completed in 2002 providing a further 22 studios over five floors.
In contrast to the first phase, Container City II is a funky ziggurat shape and painted in bright colours to reflect the creative flair of those who work here.
- Completed: 2002
- Installation time: 8 days
- Architect: Nicholas Lacey and Partners
- Engineer: Buro Happold
Urban Space Management Ltd
- Location: Trinity Buoy Wharf,
London E14 0JW
- Containers used: 30
- Units created: 22
- Use: Studio Space
I’ve seen this Container building in Berlin some month ago.
Container buildings are a fascinating part of modern architecture. Maybe even of future Architecture.
in particular in times of “green movement”
Ken Adams. Now here ya go
Love the “Storm” shutters!
Nope those are balconies. Can they be shut for bad weather?
These are great.
What about lightning ?