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CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL SEVILLE, SPAIN

Architects: Hombre de Piedra + Buró4 Architects Location: Muelle de las delicias, Seville, Spain Number of containers used: 46 Gross floor area: 1,095 sqm Completion: 2016 Client: Seville’s Port Authority Type of use: cruise ship terminal and exhibition center

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The new Cruise Ship Terminal in the port of Seville was built with re-used shipping containers in 45 days. It is now a flexible multipurpose space. Between cruise arrivals, it is rented as an exhibition pavilion, a showroom or even as a concert space. The composition is simple and sustainable, in harmony with its urban environment. The open space required is obtained in spite of the limited width of the container. Double-height spaces increase the space inside. Windows let in air to ventilate the inside spaces and special white painting avoids excessive warming. The industrial nature of the containers is evident.

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CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL SEVILLE, SPAIN

Architects: Hombre de Piedra + Buró4 Architects Location: Muelle de las delicias, Seville, Spain Number of containers used: 46 Gross floor area: 1,095 sqm Completion: 2016 Client: Seville’s Port Authority Type of use: cruise ship terminal and exhibition center

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The new Cruise Ship Terminal in the port of Seville was built with re-used shipping containers in 45 days. It is now a flexible multipurpose space. Between cruise arrivals, it is rented as an exhibition pavilion, a showroom or even as a concert space. The composition is simple and sustainable, in harmony with its urban environment. The open space required is obtained in spite of the limited width of the container. Double-height spaces increase the space inside. Windows let in air to ventilate the inside spaces and special white painting avoids excessive warming. The industrial nature of the containers is evident.

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Stack, Cut, Assembre ISO 668. How use shipping containers in architecture  

New book about container's architecture with a chapter dedicaded to our Cruise Ship Terminal of Seville.

Stack, Cut, Assembre ISO 668. How use shipping containers in architecture  

New book about container's architecture with a chapter dedicaded to our Cruise Ship Terminal of Seville.

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