For more than a century, the Queen Victoria Market has been Melbourne’s go-to trading hub for fresh food, produce, home wares and souvenirs.
As Great Britain emerged from the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-8, pubs were closing at an alarming rate.
The sight of shipping containers is not uncommon along the banks of the Maribyrnong River in Melbourne’s west.
When a bright purple shipping container first arrived on Paisley Street in Melbourne’s West in 2014, the locals might have wondered if the artist formerly known as Prince was somehow involved.
Melbourne has seen its fair share of container clad pop up shops and bars in recent years; Melbournians love a good pop up.
A colourful new container taqueria is importing more than Mexican beers to the historic U Street Corridor in Washington DC.
Run by brothers Eric and Ian Hilton, El Rey is bringing the neighbourhood back to life.
On the suburban outskirts of London, in a leafy township called Eltham, a new shipping container gallery has sprung up at the local school.
What do you do when your city is chequered with unused public spaces and littered with shipping container graveyards? In a word: Boombox.
Bubbling over with creativity and artisanal entrepreneurial activity, Brooklyn has long been New York City’s leading hipster hub.
What would you say if we told you that roasting coffee could lead to better educational opportunities for thousands of disadvantaged children?
Leading the charge of a new wave of social entrepreneurs, Roast Re:public is doing just that.