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Converted shipping containers become apparel store.
Converted shipping containers become apparel store.

The Three Minute Apparel Store

How to turn three shipping containers into a retail clothing store in just 3 minutes.

The video below follows the creation from three standard steel shipping of the Aether Apparel's stand-alone clothing store in San Francisco. Each container is 40 feet long, 9 feet, eight inches high and eight feet wide.

The relevance of this video to ePEDALER will become apparent over time. If you live in the Bay Area, the store is located at 489 Hayes Street in downtown San Francisco. Envelop A+D provided the architectural plans and Chris French Metal did all the metal fabrication for the project.

Posted By: Bill Moore [16-Aug-2013]

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