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In Australia, Three Shipping Containers Form an Off-Grid Holiday Home

The subject of a new film series by Shelter streaming service, this clever private getaway pushes design constraints to the limits in coastal Victoria

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In Australia, Three Shipping Containers Form an Off-Grid Holiday Home

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