Outdoor Coffee Bar
Outdoor coffee bar and dining area look like a fancy coffee house, with utensils and appliances to cook delicious home meals. The giant hammock on the rooftop for relaxing under starry sky and cool coastal breezes.
Ccasa was designed based on the idea of cabin beds on luxury train, with total 43 beds in 10 rooms
Nha Trang Calling
We host awesome people! They really enjoy awesome CCASA rooms and awesome Nha Trang
Shipping containers give new meaning to the old cliche “it’s a nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there.” We have for many years complained that they don’t make very good houses, but they make fine short-term accommodations where one doesn’t need a lot of room, and they make perfectly charming hostels, like this one in the Vietnamese resort town of Nha Trang.
There is some ongoing debate about whether it makes sense to build with shipping containers, considering some of the various issues that might render them less-than-ideal relative to other housing options. Nevertheless, it doesn’t stop people from converting them into houses, shopping malls and housing on barges.
Finding that middle ground in that debate is TAK Architects, who transformed a stack of three shipping containers into a eclectic hostel in the Vietnamese ocean resort town of Nha Trang.
To promote interaction among travelers, Malaysia-based architecture firm TAK Architects has created the Ccasa Hostel in Vietnam out of recycled shipping containers. These upcycled shipping containers are converted into shared living spaces to offer travelers a sustainable shelter.
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