Tom van de Beek has designed a series of rustic mobile offices that allow workers to carry out their duties from the middle of the woods. The micro offices are called 'KantoorKaravaan' and they contain all the conveniences of a modern cubicle in the form of a simple trailer. As Van de Beek explains, these trailers are essentially "the 21st-century equivalent of the Garden of Eden."
The micro-offices are fully equipped with everything a typical office worker needs, from high-speed WiFi to solar-powered coffee makers. Van de Beek explains that the beauty of today's modern technology is that it has actually provided us with revolutionary ways of staying connected while enjoying nature. The mobile office thus offers workers an opportunity to enjoy the wilderness, without sacrificing the quality of their work.
The fleet of mobile offices are currently operating in the Netherlands and are set to be deployed throughout the country's impressive network of national parks.
These Mobile Micro Offices Help Workers Escape the Office Cubicle
Katherine Pendrill — July 10, 2015 — Autos
References: kantoorkaravaan.nl & fastcoexist