Never before have we wanted a small office that we can take anywhere and that allows us to work in the middle of nature, overlooking the sea or in a forest in the mountains. Smartworking has created a new kind of need, namely the need to have a private place separate from the home environment where we can find concentration and work in total serenity.
This has led a number of studios and architects to rethink spaces and design places used solely for remote work, such as The Archetype by Californian studio Denizen.
Presented a few weeks ago on its Instagram profile, The Archetype is a prefabricated office whose structure was created using 3D printing integrated with structural and furnishing elements made of wood and large windows.
The structure looks like a small cabin whose interior space is divided in two: on one side there is a small relaxation area with a sofa and on the opposite side there is a large desk facing one of the windows. To complete the furniture, an enormous blackboard has been added to the wall opposite the entrance.
The idea of Denizen’s architects was to create a place big enough to spend the whole day, but at the same time small enough to be transported and set up anywhere.
Obviously, being a structure designed for work, The Archetype is equipped with professional lighting, windows with tinted glass to protect privacy, a heating and air conditioning system, an air filtration system, a mini-fridge and all the sockets needed to connect computers and other devices.
The Archetype is available for sale or hire by both individuals and companies.