You better watch it if you work late in one of designer Honfay Lui's Incubators; they run on tracks and park up against one another like those high-density storage systems. If you are not careful you might get filed.
It won first honourable mention in the International Designer's Workstation competition.
"Designed for graphic, media, or game designers, for which the computer is the main designing tool.
In terms of space planning, the incubators are aligned linearly....with the floor track, the pod incubators can be mechanically moved sideways to form different configurations."
So much space is heated, cooled and generally wasted while people are away from their desks; this might save quite a bit of it. ::The Design Institution via ::Shedworking
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