What happens when you combine agile and remote working concepts? That’s the thinking behind #dojowheels, a mobile workspace designed by Belgian design studio FIVE AM.
February 14th, 2017
Agile workplaces are nothing new these days. Over the past decade, work environments that offer employees a variety of flexible spaces and ways of working have become the norm – particularly at large companies that want to attract the best talent. The same goes for remote working. Working from home or a cafe is fairly commonplace, and some companies, such as Upworthy and WordPress, are completely distributed, with no centralised workforce. So, what happens when you combine these two concepts? That’s the thinking behind #dojowheels, a mobile workspace designed by Belgian design studio FIVE AM.
#dojowheels is a sleek, timber-clad pod with an internal set-up that can be easily re-configured to suit the user’s needs. The flat surface can be couch, seating or bed, and has a pop-up table integrated and storage underneath. The pegboard walls allow various accessories to be added and moved as needed, and, as the space is modelled around an existing caravan body, it can be plugged into a charging point or car to provide power and has a rechargeable battery.
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