It sits looking just like the average shipping container nobody would look twice at. Plain old stuff, with nothing really remarkable. That’s until the designer/architect Adam Kalkin pushes a button and sends the container to life, sprouting five rooms in the 8-feet wide and 20-feet long house.
A house that could actually work as a space, this includes a living room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom, and library. You must however excuse its lack of a complete set of walls and roof given that it has its origins in a transforming shipping container. Interiors of the house are done tastefully and meticulously, with a shiny white lacquer finish.