See how 3 containers turn into an extraordinary home with delightful bedrooms

WorldFLEXhome is taking preventive action to the next level. The Danish company's mission is to create sustainable housing before the world is hit by a shortage of resources. With such a noble goal in mind, it is no wonder that their material of choice is the standard 40-foot (12.19-meter) shipping container. The WFH House was crafted out of 3 shipping containers by Simon Vinzent and Mads Møller from Arcgency for the Danish Company.
Meticulous attention to detail ensures their house designs are an artistic display in their own right. Follow us along to discover how Denmark is leading the race in container home construction.
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First impressions always count, and this stylish home certainly knows how to pique our interests. A glossy wooden exterior finish greets us with finesse, while the roof's asymmetry adds a touch of modernity to our visit.

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We'll introduce the interiors with a bird's eye view of the kitchen. A natural, healthy radiance emanates in the home through its generous windows, skylights, and folding doors.

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The modern kitchen has been endowed with a special dash of color by its contemporary lighting fixture.

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As we make our way across to the dining area, we will encounter an invigorating plant display.

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The demure dining table sustains this home's modernistic vibes.
In comparison with the other sections of this open-plan downstairs area, the living room is the most prosperous in furnishings. The sofa set's matte wooden motifs nicely contrast with this room's modish elements.

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Feeling a bit tired after walking up the stairs? There's a round wire chair here, just for you. Take a seat - we'll resume our tour shortly.
Now that you've gathered your energies, we can absorb the cheery vibes of this delightful little bedroom.

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Decorated with a tinge of lightheartedness, this room is all set to liven up playtime all year round.

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Of course, the grownups need their own sanctuary too. They will find this in a chic bedroom that makes great use of its cozy space confinements.
Modern art meets sustainable housing in this Danish container home. Remarkable contemporary fittings and luscious windows aplenty grant this room a wholesome aura that is bound to impress anyone who enters it.
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