With more than twenty years of experience in the beer game, Colorado brewery Ska Brewing now adds pizza to their repertoire with a striking shipping container café called Container of Food.
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.
Far from London’s trendy Southbank, in the heart of Mexico, there’s a place called Oaxaca.
The streets there are busy with wheeling and dealing, and the walls are brandished with colourful murals that speak loudly to the history and politics of the region.
Known worldwide for its hip restaurant scene and coffee culture, Melbourne was one of the first cities to arrive at the container design party.
The city boasts a growing number of shipping container bars, cafes and pop-up stores.
Since opening last May, a new container development called Pop Brixton has energised the gritty streets of inner-city Brixton with a vibrant burst of commerce and community.
Has this band of bearded bakers found the answer to world peace in the back of a converted shipping container in Sydney’s west?
The sleepy Tasmanian wine-growing region of Apslawn is the latest Australian outpost to silhouette its skyline with recycled shipping containers.
Not known for its subtlety or understatement, the City of Las Vegas is a place of excess.
It’s the kind of place where you can expect to find a roller coaster running through your hotel lobby, or a lion family living in a casino.
In a bold move towards greener, more sustainable business practices, American coffee giant Starbucks opened its first Reclamation Drive-Thru in the brand’s home state of Washington in 2011.
Two world-famous silhouettes usually dominate Sydney Harbour skyline: the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. But in 2011, a phenomenal new addition arrived for eight weeks.