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Based on the core design concept to keep ⊏⊏⊏ structures mobile, essential details allow for extensible elements and floor spaces varying between 324-522 ft²/30-48 m² require no major design change.

[002]Intermodal transport joints
[005]Framework, steel
[006]Framework, aluminium
[007]Framework, wood and steel
[020]Roof structure incl. flues ϱ
[030]Facade, window and door elements
[050]Horizontal and detail insulation
[105]Outdoor deck/porch ϱ
[108]Sun/rain screens ϱ
[115]Patio and canopies ϱ
[192]Garden ϱ

Choose at least one framework option. Platform included. If required, add roof, facade, insulation and extensions.





[312]LED lighting 12-48V
[320]LED lighting 120V/60Hz
[340]LED lighting 220-240V/50Hz
[315]Incandescent lighting 12-48V
[323]Incandescent lighting 220-240V/50Hz
[343]Incandescent lighting 120V/60Hz
[355]Outdoor lighting

Options above describe a standard and may be changed to an individual solution. Low voltage lighting systems are generally suggested in combination with renewable energy production and battery storage to minimize losses. High voltage cabling and lighting is designed to connect to a local grid.





[190]Tag/pull chassis
[940]Tank and logistic services

Although ⊏⊏⊏ structures are planned within the intermodal transport system, there are still many variations: From used containers telling the story of their journeys to brand-new and offshore approved new flatbeds. Fully contained systems might still require services like refilling fresh water while long-term use at a specific location allows for additional constructions like water tanks and additional facilities on these premises.




Drawings and Production Data

[7.2]Comprehensive 3D model
[7.0]Floorplans and sections
[7.2]Framework and substructure welding
[3.2]Watercut steel/aluminium parts
[7.1]Panel sizes and quantities
[2.3]Lasercut details
[1.2]Waterproofing details
[7.1]VIP sizes and quantities
[7.1]Facade panel sizes and quantities
[7.1]Water circulation details
[7.1]Wiring diagram


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Mold making, 3D printing, lasercutting and similar automated production processes are supported via digital data made to measure. DXF, DWG and IGES drawings represent real sizes for shown parts and geometry with no chain dimensioning by default. A 1×1 meter square or similiar benchmark is included as reference instead. We encourage suppliers to understand the overall architectural concept, read technical and material specifications carefully and refer to the abbrevations dictionary to avoid misunderstandings and disputes.

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