Leveraging good design with fun and productivity in mind, one can create a space as comfortable and breathtaking to work in as Bark Design Architects' pavilion-like office set in Noosa Heads, Queensland in Australia...
From an interview with Architects Stephen Guthrie and Lindy Atkin of Bark Design:
"Elevated as a modernist steel and glass pavilion in the Noosa Hinterland, the Sunshine Coast based duo created a steel, glass and plywood studio as the inspiring work environment for their emerging architectural practice.
The Bark Studio explores the notion of a mixed work / house typology – a workhouse. A modest building, which can function as flexible spaces for a design team of five to six people, a house for two people and a comfortable combination of both at times."
Our favorite aspect of the whole design is its integrated work environment and clean palette of monochromatic colors mixed in with large windows opening to the natural colors outside. Not only does this create a subtle illusion of working outside (which is probably appropriate for the work they do; designing building structures with integrated elements of mother nature), but provides ample amounts of light throughout the entire pavilion during daytime activities.
Read more about Bark Design Architects and check out the rest of the gallery over at the Contemporist.