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Container display cabinets | Millions of people still stand firm! Unlock multi-functional buildings online~
  Page view::1910  2023-07-15

Gangneung–Wonju National University is

 a national comprehensive university in South Korea.


It is located on the powerful terrain of the east coast

and makes great investment in tourism,

environment, ocean and other fields.


Thanks to the beautiful environment,

some exhibitions and performances will be held in universities.


In order to facilitate temporary ticket sales and entry and exit,

some container buildings have been erected here.




These red and white container buildings

are actually ticket booths for the performance.


There are a total of three such buildings

that exist independently of each other

 and are placed in a circular pattern in front of the performance hall.


Located at the main entrance of the performance hall is an arched container building,

with containers placed at intervals on the ground floor.


The reserved space in the middle can serve as

 an entrance and exit channel for the performance hall,

while the reserved containers can serve as ticket windows.









Located on the other side of the square are

two second floor container display cabinets,

providing on-site consultation services for performances or resting here.


The structure of these two container buildings is relatively simple,

in order to be built and put into use in a short period of time.







The red box on the second floor is also used as a rest

and communication area, creating multiple floor to

 ceiling glass windows to enhance indoor lighting.


 When the sun is too hot, the sunshade can also be lowered.


On the terrace in front of the door,

you can overlook the nearby scenery

and see the entrance of the performance hall.










Pictures courtesy of TAINER