A common ailment to creativity often comes from the stale environment these individuals often work within. Large office buildings, corporate parks, boring office spaces. These types of workspaces often inhibit rather than facilities the creative mind. So in response, London-based Minima Moralia is here to solve this problem.
The design firm offers tiny “pop-up” workspaces for designers, painters, musicians and other creatives in a cellular manner. They’re the ideal alternative to the large office, allowing creative minds throughout the industry the necessary space and inspiration to fulfill their artistic visions in peace. Each workspace is minimalist in nature, comprised of a structural skeleton, roof, floor and translucent walls as to not close off the artist with their surroundings. It also works both ways, allowing outsiders an inside look into craft and processes taking place inside the Minima Moralia. There’s also a skylight to let in natural sunlight, and the modular steel frame provides unlimited possibilities for internal customization from shelves, to desks, to artificial lights and even curtains. Prices are available upon request. [Purchase]
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