If you're like me and you work from home, you might long for a space that can be a genuine office space. Since it costs a lot of money to rent space in buildings, one company has come up with an ingenious idea to construct archipods.
An archipod is a curved structure that can be placed in your backyard.
Inside these archipods, you have porthole windows, an ergonomic semicircular desk, and a top-hinged gull-wing door that is weather proof. There is also plenty of storage space for wireless routers, modems, paperwork, phones, computer units, printer ink/paper, and much more (maybe even a tiny fridge to store all those V8 V-Fusions that you chug down in order to keep up the momentum to get things done. Oh wait, that's me, Ha! I digress.).
The archipod comes in two sizes: the archipod, which is at a diameter of 9'6" internally, and 8'3" to the top of the structure.
The next archipod is called "the bigger pod." This pod is ideal if you have more than one associate working for you, or you have a lot of clients coming over for meetings. This building is 12'6" inside, and 8'5" to the top of the structure. The bigger pod comes with a longer semicircular desk, enough to comfortably seat 2 of your associates.
Both buildings are equipped with power outlets, phone outlets, and more.
There is only one company that I know of that makes quality archipods, and that is Archipod. You can visit their site here for more information and pricing.
Also, not all buildings are designed the same. I've found photos of archipods that have the semicircular desk on one side, and a couch on the other. This works perfectly if you do have clients visiting you. Your clients will have a comfortable place to sit as they seriously consider working with you (by the way, who wouldn't want to work with someone who works inside an archipod?).
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