This sleek, geometric office is initially intended for those who work from home but desire to work in both silence and style, but may also be rest or play spaces. When not in use, the doors and windows of the Tetra-Shed fold into itself to form a fully enclosed structure, one that might appear to be a downed UFO or a religious artifact from the future. Each shed has a footprint of 10m² with an internal floor area of 8m², comfortably fitting two people. The modules effectively become an extension to a living space. Clad in copper, zinc, corten steel, or marine plywood, and lined in birch-faced plywood or plasterboard, the Tetra can be combined with other units to create a rather massive outdoor/indoor workspace. Tetra Shed designer David Ajasa-Adekunle says they may also be easily combined for public uses: classrooms, exhibition spaces, events, tourism, leisure and retail space.