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Architect designs ‘Blooming Flower’ house out of shipping containers

This is The Joshua Tree Residence, a home designed by London-based architect James Whitaker for a film producer client in Joshua Tree, California. The shape is supposed to be reminiscent of a desert flower blooming, and will be constructed out of shipping containers. The 200-square meter (~2,150 square foot) home will include “a kitchen, a living room, and three en-suite bedrooms” and be solar-powered via panels on the garage

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