There is a profound relationship between all spheres of design and here, in the GO Portable Office, one can appreciate the overlap between industrial design and architecture. This delightful little dwelling has been inspired by the old field camera. Keep this in mind and you'll be able to discern their physical features in common.
The 'lens' of the structure can be found at one end of the compact cottage, rendered as a rectangular window and serving as the focus of the interior space. The built-in desk wraps around this pane of glass while the roof angles down, the floor upwards and the walls inwards to direct your gaze out. Victor Vetterlain's backyard GO Portable Office includes a daybed and storage space and is finished in mod black aluminum cladding.
GO Portable Office Provides a Picture of Your Future Well-Earned Success
Amelia Roblin — March 13, 2013 — Art & Design
References: victorvetterlein & tuvie