With folks getting more tech-savvy and design conscious in recent years, there has been a paradigm change in office requirements – starting right from office employees, gadgets, furniture to overall structure of workplaces. Realizing that modern office spaces now need to be mobile, adaptable and flexible to suit myriad needs of employers and employees as well, Dubbeldam Architecture + Design has launched a concept workspace, cocooned within a shipping container. Lately showcased at How do you Work exhibit at Toronto’s Interior Design Show, the Pop-Up Office further utilizes recycled shipping pallets to offer a modular office design.
The modular office acquires myriad forms to suit any kind of working environment. Presence of separate modules, labeled as focus, collaborate, lounge and refuel, makes it easy to morph the structure into different shapes. Further, as mentioned before, the mobile and reconfigurable installation can be installed anywhere in minutes.
As PSFK notes it, the Pop-Up office allows modern offices to be more mobile, flexible and adaptable than they were ever before.