Are you looking for a place where peace and quiet allow you to fully express all your talents in quality smartworking? Do you need a place to stay really calm and focused in this unprecedented period? Maybe I have found what is right for you.
Sunken Studio is perfect as a gift for my birthday (September 14th, save the date). The design of this cabin seems to create a space of almost Zen peace to spend some time working from home, or reading, or meditating, why not. A home office, or a "focus booth".
When we felt like we were living in a continuous cycle and without schedules, we had no idea what it would have meant for us to adapt to remote work, perhaps with small children who no longer go to school. Versatility has gone from being a boon for cool, modern businesses to a mandatory practice with no prospect of a deadline.
Neither of us imagined we had to change so quickly, and that certainly wasn't the kind of transition we had in mind. But there is a positive side: as always, necessity sharpens ingenuity.
As I also told in other posts, the situation has had the merit of accelerating many creative processes, and opening our minds to all types of solutions from outside or interiors. For playing outdoors or to work from home. Especially for that, see under "home office". Sunken Studio is no exception, although it can hardly be considered a home solution. I would rather say "sub domestica". The project developed by Igor Leal has a unique design, ideal for those who own a little garden.
Sunken Studio was created to keep people away from everyday ailments in an elegant underground workspace. And not only.
The versatility of the space allows you to adapt the environment also in terms of size and functions. The normal size is about 40 square meters, but a customer from Rio De Janeiro has set up a space of about 150 square meters. A perfectly functional space, with a sitting area, kitchenette, bathroom and desk. It is a modern and compact office that allows you to host small conferences, make video calls and meet customers without any interference. Plus, once in the area, you don't have to travel anywhere else for little things like a snack or a bathroom break.
Sunken Studio, a micro Zen garden
A glass facade overlooks a small courtyard, also underground, with a bench. An aesthetic and functional solution to open the structure, make it airy, more spacious and allow natural light to enter the space. The office is slightly underground, and covered with a grass roof to hide the volume from view without taking away the natural landscape.