Tired of the bland offices and traffic of big cities, the boys of Angrybovine, a Colorado design consulting firm, neither short nor lazy, decided set up your office in a caravan, in order to work whenever and wherever they want.
They transformed an old and huge caravan of the early 90s into an amazing place to work: bright, original, casual ... and that has everything you need, from tables and computers to meeting and rest areas.
I like very much the casual air of the whole environment, and that have achieved that it is a wide and pleasant space. It helps that they have left the surface of the walls almost completely bare, in bright white, and that for the furniture they have opted for some pieces of Ikea with vintage details.
Thus, for example, between two cabinets of the PS series, we find an old sound system from the 60s, and they have even included an old cast iron chimney, only with a handle to work as a radiator and avoid fumes.
Jay Ferracane, the founder of the company, admits that it seems ironic that many designers, who "build" things for their clients, do not have the opportunity to design their own workspace. Of course, he acknowledges that it was not easy, and that they have dubbed the caravan as "Twice" (twice in English) because the reform was a long learning process in which everything had to be done twice So that it went well.
I leave you with a small gallery of images so you can imagine how it is an office in a caravan.