Muvbox – Fast Food Restaurant from Reused Shipping Container Box 
August 9, 2009, Alireza Yavari in Architecture, Green

Muvbox is a brilliant concept of Fast Food restaurant design, constructed with the old container and powered by solar energy that can generate 40% of the restaurant energy needs and the remaining 60% is filled by propane to full the kitchen appliances. The Muvbox is a great sample of environmentally-friendly design, made using reused 20-foot shipping container and the floor is made from recycled tires, it can be vanishes back into the cube and redeploying early the next morning in less than two minutes. Located in Montreal’s Old Port, Müvbox offers a variety of dishes featuring lobster from Îles-de-la-Madeleine. The menu consists of fresh, high-quality local products, which allow you to enjoy lobster rolls, seafood pizza and other local lobster delicacies. The interior featured modern kitchen set with seating for 28 peoples. Visit Muvbox official website here.


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