Mobile Workspace for Public Spaces

This workstation lets people works outdoors. It belongs in urban, public spaces and can serve as an accessible alternative to stuffy or claustrophobic offices. The Workstation can be set up on a university campus, in the backyard between apartment buildings, or in modern office landscapes. The Seats have circular segments, allowing people to sit next to or across from each other. This helps to reduce wind and sun exposure. A solar cell is installed on the sunroof and provides sufficient energy to fuel a notebook. The electric socket is in the middle of the table. The workstation enhances public space and provides a new form of seating.

Designer: Mathias Schnyder



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  • Michael Ku says:

    Nice Idea! But how are the seats aligned to each other. The seats would have to be higher than one another and then shift back to be aligned. Also with the third picture it is missing the top. I guess it is gone to showcase the looks of the seats and table, im not sure. But the top in the second picture looks like it could be used for shading out the light and rain. Good design. Hopefully it doesnt topple over when it is folded in.

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