Tetra-Shed: The Cubicle to End All Cubicles
December 2, 2011
We hope that the end of the cubicle is nigh, and we enthusiastically suggest replacing those alienating three walls with Tetra-Shed, an adaptive work space whose form changes according to the user’s preference or mood. Designed by London’s David Ajasa-Adekunle, the shed is being billed as the ideal personal workspace for use in your home and backyard or, assuming your boss is game or, of course, you are your own boss, at your place of work. A large triangular void marks the entrance to the tent-like pod, whose faceted geometry offers several opportunities to open up or close off the space to the outside world and the ability to combine several different cubicles in 11 different formations. Here’s hoping that the Architizer HQ will be strewn with clusters of these little guys, with employees burrowing through the labyrinth of Tetra-Forts (Gizmodo’s term) just to get to the kitchen. Imagine the rivalry fomenting between in-house softball teams, or more accurately for our office, backgammon clubs, with the Accounting Cluster pitted against Editorial, or Social Media Warren hitting up against the meager troop of interns. The Tetra-Shed will become available in early 2012. Click through for more photos!