Modern + Sustainable Pre-Fab Office or Yoga Retreat

February 26, 2013 at 10:26 am | Posted in architecture, modernism, tech | Leave a comment
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It’s fun to think about the next place we will reside. I’m forever scouring shelter magazines and daydreaming about new cities and a new home. I’m into the idea of having a little modern retreat somewhere. There are so many fantastic architects making innovative pre-fab structures that actually holdup in inclement weather and age. I stumbled across Austin based architect, Kimber Reed’s work over at Dwell and fell for these charred modern wood units. They are quite small, ranging from 94-200 sq ft, so they would work for a little office studio or guest room. The company is called Sett Studio, they use all sustainable materials and the charred panels are nontoxic and contain no VOCs. Sett Studio will even design the interior for you to help achieve the most space-efficient set up. From a clean and simple office, bookshelves and desk; to a built-in murphy-bed. Would it be excessive if I had a yoga retreat in my backyard? Now you’re talking!

Other Sunshine+Design posts about pre-fab:
IKEA designs a pre-fab house
Personal Office Pod

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