Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Clipper CS-1: interior shedworking

The Clipper CS-1 is a shedlike capsule office designed for use inside a traditional office by Douglas Ball and Jeff Sokalski. Measuring 2m wide x 1.22m deep x 1.22m high, it was built of plywood and plastic on a Lexan powder-coated steel frame with a fibreglass seat sporting leather upholstery, customised footrests, extendable sidewing tables and its own air supply. It was designed as part of a study for Herman Miller into improving office cubicle spaces and around 100 were built, one of which is now in the permanent collection at The Museum of Design in London.
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  1. Loved this concept. Wish it wasn't a design locked up in a museum.

  2. Anonymous4:26 AM

    I'll be building one this weekend

  3. this is very functional, and aesthetic as well

  4. This is a great idea and I think that all of the design is fantastic.

  5. I would build one smaller for children to do their homework in.