Timelapse of the café container getting placed on site. Magic pic.twitter.com/SPrRXzg60n
— Karl Shane Dískín (@KarlDiskin) September 4, 2018
Kyle Stree, Cork city.
A new pop-up café which will open tomorrow morning.
Bliss Mobile Expedition vehicles – custom steel frame units from 3.5 to 6m in length added to a range of 4×4, 6×6 and 8×8 workhorse utility workhorses with bedroom, toilet, workstations, cooking areas and whatever you’re having yourself added to order.
The units are detachable and can be shipped as container boxes to the wilderness destination of your choice.
Brian Murphy writes:
Halloweeen comes early to George’s Street [Dublin]…
A liquid that will happily leave solids in your slipper, mind.
When the Tokio Express freighter lost 62 containers after being hit by a freak wave 20 miles off Lands End in 1997, 4.8 million pieces of LEGO entered the sea.
Ironically, many of the sets were nautical-themed and bits and pieces have been washing up on the Cornwall coast (and occasionally Ireland and Wales too) for the last 17 years – collected competitively by aficionados and assiduously documented by the Facebook site Lego Lost At Sea.
The ‘Hive-Inn’ is a concept by Japanese architects OVA studio for a modular hotel composed of specially adapted shipping containers (emblazoned with high end advertising) which are slotted in and out of the structure by a dedicated roof crane.
The hotel shrinks and expands to suit demand and the container ‘rooms’ are envisaged as themed, branded spaces on the inside too.
Abnormal/wide load traveling Dun Laoghaire Port to At James Gatethis evening 10pm -3 am .Motorist advised to useN11 and M50 .
— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) February 26, 2013
Related: Container Yourself
(Thanks Cathal O’Rourke)
UPDATE: Chris Donoghue tweetz:
Saw your tweet too late & got stuck…