The firm approached the designer Stephen Schoup who wanted to expand the workspace of the construction company. Their focus on environmental and sustainability research convinced the firm to choose an unusual way to create additional workspaces. After many discussions, it was decided that the plan was an L-shaped shipping container office.
Designer Stephen Schoup built a new workspace. This structure allows Stephen to integrate many things placed in the courtyard, adapting to local conditions and integration is the highlight of this architectural design. Its design structure uses the surrounding open space to weaken the industrial style and warehouse form. The interior is a perfect office area, tapping the maximum potential of the space. This space has enough area for small meetings, and indoor facilities are all available.