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Brief Published: 8 Dec 2011

Tetra Shed for the At-Home Workforce


Stepping up to meet the needs of the modern at-home workforce is the soon-to-be-released Tetra Shed, designed by British architect David Ajasa-Adenkunle. The multi-functional module provides a stylish alternative to the conventional garden office. See our report The New Home Office for more innovative spatial live/work solutions.

The super-versatile, all-weather modules have the potential to take on a host of transient guises, from pop-up retail spaces to classrooms or exhibition areas.

Their angular facades can be made from copper, zinc, steel, or plywood, while the inside is finished with either birch or plasterboard. The office structures can also be combined with up to six others, enabling large extensions.

What isn’t yet entirely clear is how much one of these multi-tasking spaces will set you back, as prices won’t be revealed until they go on sale in January 2012. Watch this space for more details.

Innovation Imperative 

Tetra Shed