Sometimes even the smallest changes in the working environment can increase productivity, but what about taking your office in a natural surrounding whenever you want or need?
The team from the Belgian-based studio Five AM was looking for a project to deliver for this year’s Milan Design Week when realized they also need a temporary Milan-based office. The solution for the both dilemmas came from an old caravan which the team transformed it into a mobile training facility.
Dojowheels (as they called it inspired from the Japanese dojo) supports minimal interiors, so as to be flexible for a variety of uses. The interior comprises a single multifunctional room and is made up primarily of lightweight plywood, with perforated wall panels upon which storage boxes can be mounted.
In the center of the room there is a pop-up table with a large opening underneath for storage and leg space. There’s enough room around the table for six and when not in use, the table sits flush with the floor. The blue couch placed on the side can be extended and converted into a full-sized bed.
Dojowheels is also equipped with a small fridge and a variety of different lighting: reading lights, work lights above the desk, outdoor lights and long ceiling lights.
FIVE AM doesn’t appear to have any plans to commercialize the Dojowheels, but are planning to come up with a similar project.
Originally posted 2016-01-27 21:15:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter