The Mobile Office: A Home Office Made of Discarded Materials

The Mobile Office: A Home Office Made of Discarded Materials

Gregory Han
Oct 22, 2009

Antoine Morris and David Long of The Practice of Everyday Design wanted to create an all-in-one solution where they could rest, read, work on their laptops in a small, easy to convert space. What they devised is a remarkable ramshackle-chic mobile unit that is office, bedroom and storage all in one...

The Mobile Office was constructed from discarded materials within a one block radius from the site. All the material was transported to the site with our bikes and a makeshift dolly. The only purchased items were the hardware used to hold it together. The mobile office has allowed us to consolidate all the furniture and shelving into one mobile unit. This has freed up our office space allowing us the flexibility to make large scale models and have spontaneous dance parties.

[via Moco Loco]

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