Tetra-Shed could change cubicles as we know it
by Mark R
Some of you might remember the parody of James Blunt’s “You’re Beautiful” called “My Cubicle”, which is about a man who feels very insignificant in one of those cloth boxes that adorn many offices these days.
The Tetra-Shed is designed to give an office worker a definite space of their own with a wooden tent-like structure. It is designed by David Ajasa-Adekunle, and it reminds me of those blanket-tents that we used to make as kids.
I honestly can say that I could get a lot of work done here, and it comes with some deskspace, overhead storage, and some lighting. By the way, the entire thing can be closed up for privacy, which includes the doors as well as the windows.
While I like the idea of the Tetra Sheds, I can’t say that I am a fan of the shape. It looks like it comes to a point a little too soon, with barely enough room to stand. I will have to say that I am starting to vote for the rectangular shape of the cubicle box, but I don’t like the lack of cubicle privacy.
You should be seeing the Tetra-Shed sometime around next year. Now try and imagine a whole office floor full of these. Weird, isn’t it?