'Studypod' Is A Minimalistic Stay-at-Home Office Cabin
We all know that remote work has been massively boosted by the situation we're currently living in with COVID-19. Even before the pandemic, work-from-home solutions were gaining pace.
Now, as part of this growing trend, design studio licit has created 'Studypod,' a detached minimalistic office cabin that allows users to work close to nature without leaving home.
Get inspired by nature
"Studypod is designed to be a detached home office, so that you can truly focus and get inspired by the nature around you," the company explained in a press release.
The small 'Studypod' uses a minimalistic design that comes with a detachable desk and it is delivered key ready. According to Livit, the office's large black tint glass mean that a person can feel secluded and relaxed while still having a view of peaceful surroundings.
A flexible solution
"With a detachable desk you can use the Studypod for other purposes like a yoga room, annex, or hobbies," the press release says. The 'Studypod's internal dimensions of a little over 2x1,8m mean that owners can even fit a king-size bed in there to have a special guest room just outside the house.
At $11,900 before tax, this tiny office space doesn't come cheap — the peaceful nature, of course, isn't provided, so the assumption is that only people with land or large gardens would buy this stay-at-home office space.
Would you buy one of these for your home? The way we see it, there's something really surreal about waking up and going straight into a cubic workspace that looks like a giant alarm clock. Though we do like the idea of escaping the noise.