Tiny Offices are made from corrugated aluminium and wood and measure just over six square metres
Spotted: The Netherlands-based Design studio Dutch Invertuals has created a collection of compact offices, named Tiny Offices, for the holiday park operator Droomparken. With the aim of creating a space that would provide more efficient work productivity than a traditional office, Droomparken had commissioned this project for the Dutch Design Week in 2018. The workspaces have custom-designed interiors in different colours and materials that were chosen for their functionality.
The small workspaces are made from corrugated aluminium and wood and measure just over six square metres. The raw corrugated aluminium plates make up the walls of the office, with wooden doors and a large window frame on the front facade. The Tiny Offices’ interiors have been designed to create an optimal work environment and were designed by three different designers. Each of them had the freedom to create their own colour scheme, with some opting for a more colourful identity and others going for darker hues. Due to the size of the space, it was important all materials used have a function, for example, acrylic walls that not only open up space but also can be written on.
With four Tiny Offices currently installed in two of Droomparken’s holiday parks in the Netherlands, Dutch Invertuals is considering plans to expand.
Written By: Serafina Basciano