Dubbeldam Architecture + Design has unveiled a concept workspace made from reclaimed wooden palettes that can be tailored to the user.

Toronto-based multidisciplinary design studio Dubbeldam Architecture + Design has unveiled a concept workspace built inside a shipping container. The ‘Pop-Up Office’ offers the key elements of the modern office: mobility, adaptability, and flexibility.

The installation uses modular units made from reclaimed wooden palettes, which can be combined in different ways to create a workspace tailored to the user. Designboom notes that they are each divided by four concepts, ‘focus,’ ‘collaborate,’ ‘lounge,’ and ‘refuel.’

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