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Tetra-Shed Spices up the Office Environment with an Angular Piece

 - Dec 3, 2011
References: tetra-shed & dvice
Cubicles have gotten a bad rep for the longest time, and rightfully so considering how isolating these are, but thanks to the Tetra-Shed by David Ajasa-Adekunle, the work environment will be less alienating.

The Tetra-Shed is a tepee-like structure that offers a style of private space that's less depressing than being surrounded by four enclosed walls. It's got an interesting angular look that incorporates an origami aesthetic. There are built-in flaps that open up like windows so that the person doesn't feel the effects of cabin fever for being inside for too many hours. The interior features a long built-in table for office essentials like computers, staples and more.

The Tetra-Shed is an interesting concept, but it may limit the office given its size. However, for those working at home or outdoors, it's a wonderful complementary piece.