This Glass Workspace Is the Future of Working From Home
It’s a future in which you’ll provide the blinds, however
One big dilemma of the contemporary economy:
More urban creatives and freelancers than ever before vs. fewer available urban workspaces than ever before.
One potential solution: Minima Moralia, a compact, modular workspace concept designed by London architects Tomas Boano and Jonas Prišmontas.
The glass structure, which debuted in June at the London Festival of Architecture, is larger than a cubicle but slightly smaller than an office. It can hypothetically be erected in a backyard, on a patio or even on a rooftop.
Painters will have room for an easel. Musicians will have room for a cello. Craftsmen will have room for a circular saw. The internal configurations for shelves, desks, lights and curtains are nearly limitless, and the translucent skin and skylight mean its inhabitants will get plenty of natural light … if not a lot of privacy.
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