From transforming shipping containers into homes to reassembling them into vivacious greenhouses, there is a lot one can do with the apparatuses. But construct a gorgeous hotel? Why not!
Building a hotel with shipping containers is exactly when architects Sandro Ramishvili and Irakli Eristavi and did, and the outcome is extraordinary. Named Quadrum, the creation maintains a minimalist style and is located approximately 2,200 meters above sea level. In fact, it is the first boutique hotel located in the Upper Gudauri, Republic of Georgia. Built into the sloping terrain, the shipping container rooms cascade down the mountain.
The aim of the project was to “safeguard the environment from the harmful effects of work and leisure.” Not only has the landscape remained untouched, all materials used to build the hotel are environmentally friendly and were sourced from local businesses.
Copter shared images of the exciting project with Bored Panda, and we think you’ll be just as blown away by the shipping container hotel as we were.
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