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This tiny mobile studio is a simple workspace on the go

A cute little place to work

Trailers and campers make for convenient (if not cramped) make-shift offices, and this caravan-turned-tiny-mobile-studio is no exception. Designed by Belgian studio Five AM, the curved and compact Dojo Wheels has been refurbished with a new ceiling and wooden window frames and features peg board walls, a built-in seat, raised plywood floor, and a circular table that accommodates six people—and emerges from the floor.

Small but significant tricks expand the utility of the space: Storage can be found beneath the raised floor, while the seat folds down into a bed. The pegboard walls allow for modular shelving and containers to be attached to it, which creates additional space for storage and display. A skylight and windows on all sides provide ample natural light.

Selected as an Architizer A+Awards winner, Dojo Wheels functions as a simple workspace and “blank canvas” for the architects who are often on the road. Take a look below.

Via: Dezeen