Dojowheels Mobile Office by Five AM

Sep 22, 2015

Category: Living

Finding a suitable office on the go can be tough, especially if you’re not working in a major city or you don’t know your surroundings. Now, a Belgian design named Five AM has created the Dojowheels Mobile Office, a caravan that can be transformed into a workspace.

The interior of the caravan, which was designed specifically for Milan Design Week, is made up primarily of lightweight plywood, and the walls are covered with perforations for mounting storage boxes where you need them. It has a raised floor, which allows users to have storage space underneath, and a circular table can be raised up or stored away when needed. The caravan also has a fridge, and it has a variety of lighting available to keep you working through the night. While its design looks basic — very basic — it’s highly functional.

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