Modular Construction Category Archive

What Should You Know About Third Placemaking?

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This story begins like any other, with an evil machine that has gained consciousness and seeks to destroy humanity as we know it. Only the machine isn’t a big, scary, Arnold-shaped android, but rather an algorithm that changes the way we make purchases. This tech isn’t inherently evil or dangerous, but it does give people […]

4 *Slightly* Complicated Steps for Installing Green Walls

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Repurposed shipping containers are often linked to sustainability and green initiatives for businesses and homes. As environmentally conscious building methods become more popular, so do community features like rooftop gardens, hydroponic installations, and Green Walls. Also known as vertical gardens and living walls, a green wall is partially or completely covered in living greenery and […]

Introducing Container Restaurant Solution: Cantina

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Boxman Studios is proud to introduce their premier food service model from the performance line, Cantina. This model is the ideal container kitchen for QSR restaurants and line-service concepts. The pre-engineered plans and value-engineered designs allow the Boxman Studios team to deliver completed structures much faster and at an optimal price point for entry-level restaurateurs […]

Boxman Studios to Launch Kinetic Series

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CHARLOTTE, NC, June 20, 2017– Boxman Studios, innovation leader for the shipping container modification industry, will begin launching NEW products every month starting in July 2017. The collection has been named the Kinetic Series to honor shipping containers’ original purpose, mobility. Underneath the umbrella series name, Boxman Studios will be developing products into two product […]

Back to Basics: Modular Construction and Why It Matters

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First, what is it? Well, modular construction occurs when pre-engineered units are delivered to a site and assembled together as large components of a single building. Modular construction is so popular because of how much time you can save from start to finish. Building off-site uses the same materials, designs, codes, and standards, as traditional […]

A Business Case for Shipping Containers in Land Development

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Developing real estate is vital to the infrastructure and economic development of growing cities. Developers are not only responsible for creating the physical space for commercial or residential use, but also managing lease holders, tenants, and creating an attractive area that draws commerce. While the formula for success hasn’t changed in a while, the growing […]

Benefiting from Collaboration

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As the leading provider of kinetic architecture to experiential marketing, event, and agency clients we are 100% focused on designing, developing and deploying the highest standard and most customizable activations on the market. Thus, we use a sliding scale of price and collaboration. You determine how engaged you need us to be in the project […]

What to Expect from Boxman’s Design Department

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Why would someone use kinetic architecture to build their restaurant, retail space, or event venue? For the environmentally conscious, reusing shipping containers that would otherwise be left to rust is a more sustainable option. For the financial conscious, our expedited design and build process means that businesses can see more return quicker. For the innovators, […]

Finding Value in Kinetic Architecture (2016)

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If you’re considering shipping container architecture for your event marketing, food service, or retail projects, chances are you’re looking for something different; something that stick-and-brick construction and cheap tents can’t provide. You have unique desires that only kinetic architecture can address. So, when you’re looking for the merit in utilizing our shipping container and purpose-built […]

How is working with Boxman Studios different?

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Anyone can modify a shipping container. The only ingredients you need are a blowtorch and a reckless sense of danger. While you certainly CAN modify your own container, chances are you probably shouldn’t. And you probably shouldn’t trust the general contractor that “has seen it on TV” and is “pretty sure” he can do it. […]