London studio Boano Prišmontas designed a home office from wooden modules that can be assembled in just one day and even without instructions
The capsule, called My Room in the Garden, was designed by Boano Prišmontas studio as a separate office space for people who now work from home on a regular basis. The sample office was built as part of the Peckham Design Trail during the London Design Festival.
My Room in the Garden capsules are made up of wooden wooden parts and vary in size, so they can be placed in the garden, between houses and even on the roof. The smallest office has an area of 1.8 meters by 2.4 meters and a height of 2.5 meters. Since the design is modular, containers can be interconnected.
Inside, the office is almost entirely made of wood and has lattice corner sections on which tables and shelves can be hung. “By creating a system of interchangeable elements, we give people the ability to decide how their interior will look or how much storage space they need,” & nbsp; say the designers.
The authors of the project assume that the back, doors will be difficult to access so they designed the capsule from a set of parts that are small enough to be carried through the house into the garden. Moreover, the designers assure that only a hex key is needed to assemble the office, and it will be easier than assembling furniture from IKEA.