The functionality of the storage container and its construction with the rest of the home is very accurately described in el segundo: 'It is a fully pre-fabricated unit to be delivered on-site and placed on arrangement of steel dunnage (similar to what is used for anchor billboards). Dunnage transfers loads of the new structure to host the building's structural hard points. A rotating subframe and slewing ring assembly rests immediately upon this anchoring, stabilizing dunnage, and in turn supports the basic PRO/con module of two containers.' The containers include all utilities fit for a typical residential environment, including rooms for sleeping, bathing, a living room, kitchen and study.
In total there are nineteen projects in the PRO/con category of Wes Jones architecture. Here we have done a brief overview of five of these projects. It is very easy to identify the similarities of these projects to the primitive hut.
Tennent, Scott, ed. Jones, Partners Architecture: El Segundo : Designs for Words, Buildings, Machines. New York: Princeton Architectural, 2007. Print. p. 119