Working Waterfront: The mantra for the 21st century is to do more with less, and many building pioneers are exploring how to repurpose material to construct homes. A new example can be seen at a marina in Belfast [Maine], where Brooklin boatbuilder Steve White has parked his new houseboat, constructed from shipping containers.
But if you go down to the marina for a look, don’t expect to see two big steel boxes welded together. While White’s houseboat does have an unusual design when compared to other architecture in Belfast, it’s also welcoming, with a warm red exterior paint and spacious windows. The interior is just as inviting, with radiant heat, bamboo flooring, and a sleek kitchen.
Read more about Steve White’s Maine houseboat, built from a shipping containers.