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Dubbeldam Pop-Up Office Makes Work Work For Everyone

Pop-Up Office by Dubbeldam

The Pop-Up Office by Dubbeldam is a durable container-based workplace consisting of different modules made out of discarded shipping palettes that can be arranged by the users’ liking to create a workplace that is ideal for everyone involved. The user can choose from different kinds of working environments, like ‘focus’ and ‘refuel’ and in this way always have an ideal place to work. And it can be put anywhere to boot!

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  • Camouflaging The Urban Ugliness

    Urban camouflage by Roeland Otten

    Today, it was Dutch designer Roeland Otten that made our day! Starting in 2009 in Rotterdam, until his most recent intervention in Amsterdam, the designer has been ‘dressing’ the walls of concrete, inelegant urban infrastructures (such as an electricity station or an air-quality measuring station) with photographs. Either in the form of sleek, big, high resolution photographs which create an optical illusion of invisibility and transparency or in that of small colored tiles that form a pixelated resemblance of the urban environment behind them the designer manages to conceal some ugly parts of the city.

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  • BEEBOX Transforms Empty Floors Into Flexible Co-Working Spaces

    BEEBOX Mobile Office

    Since our first article about flexible interior units, four years ago, plug-in concepts have become more relevant than ever. Nevertheless, we’ve seen none of them really hit the market. The BEEBOX mobile office may be one of the first interior ideas fit for large-scale production. Designed by Amsterdam-based office Buro Beehive and produced by Fiction Factory, the BEEBOX is able to easily transform an empty floor into a comfortable, all-in-one workspace.

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