The containers will be serve as a stepping stone for homeless people seeking permanent accommodation(Image: Tony King Architects)
Homeless families will soon be offered accommodation in shipping containers, which have been transformed into luxury homes.
Cardiff Council has paid for 13 containers, each featuring solar panels and a sprinkler system, to be set up in the city next month to provide temporary housing for the homeless.
Artist’s impressions of the interior of the units show the rooms as tastefully designed, brightly lit and well-furnished.
Preparation works at the site are due to start this month, with the delivery of the containers scheduled for June, followed by a 20-week construction project.