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Container City 2

Built in 2002

Probably the most photographed container building in the world, Container City 2 is easily recognisable by its bright colours designed to reflect the creative nature of those who occupy its 22 studios. Built adjacent to Container City 1, with interconnecting bridges, a lift and full disabled access, Container City 2 was completed in 2002. It offers five floors of workspace and is the focal point of Trinity Buoy Wharf.

Key facts:

Design / Build: Container City™/ Nicholas Lacey And Partners

Engineer: Buro Happold

Installation time: 8 days

Total space: 900m2

Learn more about Container City™ here.

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Channel 5 - Behind Closed Doors

Container City 2 balcony

Since January 2019, Container City 2 is a base for The Prince's Foundation working on delivering traditional building craft and textiles courses to secondary school students from across the city.

The Prince's Foundation, Container City 2 tenant

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