Taking work out of office into open landscape, New Zealand-based architecture and design firm Studio 106 has turned a retro mobile caravan into a portable office unit. #GoneMobile caravan is a vehicle with interior designed as a typical office workspace. The office space fits inside the caravan’s open concept layout, allowing the users to set up their personal office anywhere they desire.
Interior of the caravan has been redesigned to form office-like setting. Hence, includes office chairs, tables and computers; the desks are made entirely out of cardboard. Overall, it is a regular office space but with on-the-go setup. Whether you wish to work at a stationary environment or on the move, this mobile office will always make working outdoors more practical.
According to the Studio 106 team,
Reducing our functional footprint from a 95-suqare-meter office to a peripatetic yet practical space has been able to happen thanks to retro events. Using one of their semi-converted caravans as our home away from home not only will it provide the mobility and flexibility we needed, but it gave us the ability to park it on the site of one of our current projects.
As the vehicle is transferable to any outdoor setting from green spaces to city landscape, so you’ve complete flexibility to work from anywhere you like. This will not only keep your mind fresh while working, but also help to enhance productivity. Plus, working outside in new settings will obviously bring fresh ideas and concepts to your mind.
Besides the entire office setup, the mobile office includes a coffee station for enjoying your work over a cup of joe. It is a perfect office space for those, who are tired of investing in shared office space and want to escape the dull, stationary work life.
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