Okay, so I’m a couple days late to the game considering the color scheme that prevails throughout this eye-catching project but it’s never too late to fall in love …

The creation of architect Patrick Partouche, Container House Lille (or Maison Container Lille, if you’d prefer) is a 2,238-square-foot residence in the French countryside — the home overlooks “a field with cows through a facade of glazed panels" — that was erected on a concrete foundation using eight 40-foot recycled shipping containers in just a matter of three short days.

Lots more photos to check out over at DesignBoom. What do you think? A little too industrial chic or just about right?

Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.

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