Archi-critics who deem the cubicle "the single worst evil in the world" may soon have their work cut out for them when it comes to proving that theory true: meet Tetra-Shed, a new workspace from London design firm Innovation Imperative. The futuristic, tent-like structure was conceived as a "modern garden office" and comes in six modules (ranging from individual desk area to, say, exhibition space), a variety of claddings (copper, zinc, steel, plywood), and birch-faced plywood or plasterboard interior lining. Plus, it looks just private enough to take a nap in.
· Tetra-Shed is the cubicle for only the coolest office drones [DVICE via Gizmodo]
· Cubicles the "Single Worst Evil in the World," Say Archi-Critics [Curbed National]
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