Eden Project

Shipping Container Conversion Projects

What better way to market your ice cream than by using a specially converted shipping container to do so! We worked with The Eden Project to develop a container that would complement the backdrop of the biomes. The colour scheme was carefully chosen to be soft blue and reclaimed-wooden clad was used for the bar frontage.

This was a fully air-conditioned, 20ft side-opening container that incorporated freezer units, all sourced by The Eden Project. In addition two sinks, two tills and a drinks fridge were also included within the design of the container. We also installed a staff access door to the rear of the container and welded the barn doors so they would be permanently shut.

This container conversion has been expertly designed and fitted out by the team at ISO Spaces to ensure functionality and durability while also bringing to life this catering facility at The Eden Project.

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    The wooden cladding and clear signage makes this shipping container ice cream kiosk inviting at The Eden Project in Cornwall

  • Eden-Project-Ice-Cream-Kiosk

    Positioned amongst the biomes at The Eden Project in Cornwall, this shipping container ice cream kiosk provides a great solution for an extra catering facility for visitors

  • Eden-Project-Ice-Cream-Kiosk

    The built in freezer units (supplied by the client) were built in to this converted ice cream container

  • Eden Project Ice Cream Kiosk

    The side opening container conversion creates the ideal space to promote menus and price lists

  • Eden Project Ice Cream Kiosk

    This container conversion included air-conditioner units as well as two sinks, two tills and a drinks fridge

  • Eden Project Ice Cream Kiosk

    We installed a staff access door to the rear of the container and welded the barn doors so they would be permanently shut