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Tetra Shed

Embracing the move to home-office working with more style than anything else we've seen so far, winner of 100% Design's Cool Wall 2011 competition, Tetra Shed won't be available at your local B&Q. Well, not yet anyway.

Modular, a bit sci-fi, capable of interconnecting with additional units to create a huge angular mutant garden-office complex that threatens to overshadow and engulf your actual house, it's damned clever.

Clean, functional and cleverly designed. We like.

From the press release:


Clusters of upto 6 modules have primarily been designed as additional work, rest and play space for homes. Larger tessellations can be used for a range of applications such as classrooms, exhibition space, corporate events, tourism & leisure facilities and retail space. Designed to exceed the building regulations,  tetra shed® is suitable for permanent year-round use.

tetra shed® is available externally finished in any RAL colour (www.ralcolor.com) or clad in either copper, zinc, corten steel or marine plywood and internally lined in either birch faced plywood or plasterboard.

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