From “no-go zone’ to “heartland”

Container City Market

Recycling material in architecture is becoming increasingly valued in order to enable the creation of sustainable projects. Certainly, naval containers have been one of the elements that have gained prominence in recent years for the design of private and public buildings that respect the environment. In addition to the ecological appeal, containers are a viable choice due to the speed and ease of assembly, the option of a cleaner construction site, or even the different design solutions that this material provides. With their standardized sizes, it becomes possible to create a modular structure that allows infinite possibilities of intervention, so that it suits different uses.

In this context, the Container City Market becomes a milestone for a new concept of retail space trying to break the shackles of conventional commercial pattern to form more openness and tolerance, for shopping for the residents, communication, roaming and movement, learning and place of a lot of experience, one can build aroused for the residents of identity and eventually create new memories in the neighborhood public space.

So the neighborhood commercial center is not only as a consumer place, is surrounded by residents of a wandering public recreational place, the more feel is rich space level, three-dimensional walking paths, the general landscape park and entertainment elements, allowing consumers to more addicted to personalized space, experience the fun of shopping, and feel the strong sense of space recognition, and a profound memory and emotional resonance.