We have a soft spot for outstanding design and intriguing architecture. Today we get to check out a prime example of both which provides a unique space to call your home office. Working from home isn’t the easiest. It takes a bit of self-discipline and some dedication, and more professionals are adapting to working remotely. The U.K. studio Koto has designed a stunning space for working from home, creating the Work Cabin in collaboration with the New Art Centre.
The structure is a Wabi Sabi-inspired tiny cabin which boasts a sculpted exterior. The outside is clad in charred timber plans, while a contrasting interior includes sheets of woods. The pale surface reflects the incoming light, while an expansive glazed panel provides ample natural light throughout. The cabin is off-grid and carbon-neutral, offering a geometric shell with a modern aesthetic. The Koto Work Cavin is currently located at the New Art Centre Sculpture Park. Here it can be seen alongside pieces by Richard Deacon and Michael Craig Martin.
Take a closer look at the Work Cabin in the images below and immediately find out more about the design from Koto Design. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more modern architecture and contemporary design coming soon.
Photos via Koto Design