School made from 32 recycled shipping containers
The Waldorf School of Orange County, California, USA, is a set of buildings made from 32 shipping containers. It took 99 days to build the four free-standing buildings which provide 10,000 square meters of classroom space, administrative offices, a science lab, a library, a student lounge and an auditorium.
Most of the framing and electrical components were built off-site and transported to Costa Mesa so that the workers could add drywall, insulation and paint. You can barely tell that the final building is made from repurposed shipping containers.
The two-story-high auditorium is made of nine shipping containers, while the classroom spaces are made from four containers each.