MOSS Office Concept by Victor Vetterlein
MOSS Office design concept by Victor Vetterlein is another take on the garden shed offices that would help employees work from home more comfortably. An isolated small space equipped with electricity and other necessities. An octagonal “self-contained auxiliary office unit” is conceived as a prefabricated office unit that the companies would send their employees in order to eliminate the commute routine.
MOSS Office Design Concept
MOSS provides each employee with a direct visual, audio, and data link to the main office and also a professional environment to hold small business meetings. The user of MOSS feels a good separation from home and work life while not having to commute to the office,
says the designer.
This prefabricated unit is sturdy against the various weather conditions and would be equipped with the underfloor heating, the wood stove, and of course, solar panels one the roof and a wind turbine for an efficient power supply.
The exterior of MOSS is hard edged to form a protective shell against the outside world. The “bunker-style” birch plywood interior is by contrast “soft, warm, and welcoming.
The office looks quite stylish with its octagonal form which also has two windows and what looks like a skylight. The need for a separate working space emerges as more and more people are working from home. And while a home office can suffice for most people’s work conditions the atmosphere of a separate structure limits the blending of boundaries between work and rest.
The MOSS office wouldn’t feature water but it could be extended by one meter or under a meter to house a compact toilet. Though on the whole, it looks quite efficient thanks to the introduction of solar panels and a wind turbine. Besides considering that it is prefabricated and will be delivered on site the less production waste is expected.
Leave a Reply