Forest Office Cube


Most of us dread going into work, but what if you had to spend most of your days in an office like this? Peter Daniel Frazier works from home above Chuckanut Bay in Bellingham, Washington. His forest office cube is perfect for those who feel an overwhelming sense of calm when they’re in nature. One glance at his surroundings must take his stress level down a few notches…

“I designed my office to be as unobtrusive as possible, to be an uncluttered work space, a guest house that keeps ’em coming back, and an inspired meditation room,” says Frazier. “It has a green roof so when we see the structure from the house it fits into the forest.”




Peter Daniel Frazier on Flickr



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