Recently, custom designed backyard offices have been on the rise. Design Milk did a nice write up on the trend a little while ago. We’ve also covered a variety of structures like the Habitable Polyhedron and Hybercubus Studio, and now we can add Tetra Sheds to the list.
This angular modular structure was designed by David Ajasa-Adekunle and can be used as a home office, workshop, studio, or storage unit. The exterior is available in copper, zinc, corten steel, or marine plywood and the interior can be finished with birch-faced plywood or plasterboard. The main door and windows open outwards to allow natural light and cross breeze to enter. Its modular structure allows for multiple Tetra Sheds to be attached together, creating a small livable cabin.
[ Via Toxel ]