Clipper CS-1 Capsule Office Pod

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Duo Canadian designer Clipper CS-1 Douglas Ball and Jeff Sokalski have developed a unique cocoon-like workstation that provides more privacy than common open cubicles.

Dubbed Clipper CS-1, the workstation resembles an airplane cockpit shape and constructed using and plastic on a Lexan powder-coated steel frame with a fiberglass seat sporting leather fabric.

As many as 100 such shedlike capsule offices were designed for a Herman Miller study to improve office spaces and this one here is by far the best


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