Micro Pod Garden Office Studio

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

While working from home is still a huge luxury, the amount of people actually working from home has increased quite a bit a bit over the years thanks largely in part to new technologies. When it comes time to design your home office, you might want to consider opting for one of these Micro Pod garden office studios.

The most compact garden studio created by the team UK based team at Pod Space, this tiny little work space has everything you would normally get a full size office, but with the ability to fit in just about any garden. The Micro Pod typically needs no planning permission, and comes with Siberian Larch cladding, underfloor heating for those colder days, timber flooring, recessed spotlights, and much more. The Micro Pod can be completely customized to your tastes, for a price of course. Purchase yours through the Pod-Space online store.

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