In the last post, we've witnessed the amazing cubicle that functions as an office space outdoors in a unique shape. If you found that incredible, here are more of those!
The office of Pons and Huot is a cubicle designed by French architect Christian Pottgiesser. It has a design of modernity combined with nature as it features panda trees, a recreational room and a floating staircase.
The logs serve a purpose for this design and that is to camouflage the recording studio. This outdoor pod is made by Piet Hein Eek for a musician named Hans Liberg.
In California you will find what they call a stackable island as Pallota Teamworks feature small office spaces for small businesses. These small private offices and support facilities in their containers have air flow canopies, making air conditioning easier to achieve.
The Podfather does exist and shows off the latest economical design for workspace, called the Archipod. Chris Sneesby is the known designer of the outdoor furniture, selling it at $20,000 each. Wonder who bought one already...