The stressed and conscientious will always find ways to get their tasks done in transit, which is where the E-Spot Public Transport Working Place comes in handy. The blinders and relative privacy that allow many to work much more efficiently are otherwise impossible to come by when trying to achieve productivity on the train station platform.
So Teresa Cots has come up with a concept for a compact stand-alone cubicle, designed specifically for installation in transit terminals. In order to remain spatially logical, the close-packed partitioned unit wraps itself around existing obstacles like columns, piers and pillars.
The E-Spot Public Transport Working Place would be assembled of 60% Syntrewood which is derived from recycled plastic. Each pod encloses a bench to seat two people and a small desk.
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The E-Spot Public Transport Working Place is an Open Office On the Go
- By: Amelia RoblinNov 4, 2011