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Studio106 Architect Convert Retro Caravan into a Mobile Office

Studio106 Architect Convert Retro Caravan into a Mobile Officestudio106 transforms a retro caravan into a mobile officenew zealand-based architecture and design firm studio106 has created a solution for those who wish to be outside during the summer months, instead of working inside the office. for this, the studio proposes to adopt and transform a retro caravan into a mobile working space, in order to maintain productivity while enjoying of the warmest season of the year.
(above) the team working outside, enjoy a nice day and view
all images courtesy of studio 106 / © jo wickham
 Studio106 Architect Convert Retro Caravan into a Mobile Office
Studio106 Architect Convert Retro Caravan into a Mobile Office
video courtesy of studio106 architect
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going mobile allowed them to park up anywhere
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the team positioning the caravan studio for the day
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dion, the director setting up and applying the finishing touches 
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the team unpacking the computers and organising 
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a studio with a view
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the team having an outside meeting on one of refolds stand up cardboard desks
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coffee break around the meeting table after the morning set up was complete
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working away with a few visitors dropping by 
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close up of the interior fit out which the team put together


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