In western Sydney, our customer built a really cute home office using a Backyard Pod kit 3m x 4m with Bonville weatherboard-look Colorbond cladding, exclusive to Backyard Pods, in fresh Surf Mist. This is one of our favourite small backyard office design examples, featuring Polar Ecoview double-glazed windows (from Backyard Pods) for added energy efficiency.
Office pod examples – backyard and commercial projects
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Offices can come in all shapes, styles, and sizes – home offices in the backyard or on-site at an institution or commercial property. Having a backyard office pod has become the ‘new normal’ with the adoption of WFH either full-time or some days of the week. A home office pod in the backyard can provide relief from domestic distractions and work-life balance without leaving home. Built on skids for potential mobility in future, or as a permanent structure built on standard foundation piers, read how other customers have made a cost-effective, customised office using flat-pack kits from Backyard Pods. DIY or use a local installer.
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This stunning contemporary backyard office pod in Sydney is an inspiration. Custom-sized to fit in a very tight space, with the timber-look face and trendy Scandustrial detailing it adds value to the home and makes a great home office space away from the home. Would you like a home office pod like this?
Creative people often need offices. That’s where a multi-purpose pod like this combination photography studio and darkroom provides a custom solution, whatever your work-from-home needs. The cheapest way to get a decent-sized home office or work studio in your backyard is by starting with an office pod or studio pod kit.
With WFH (work-from-home) many people in Melbourne need a separate home-office in the backyard. This one has views over the garden with black stacker doors a modern contrast with the Colorbond Monument cladding. Add eaves and blade walls for energy efficiency and detail – really cool.
At Lithgow, Blue Mountains NSW, this customer completed a DIY home office pod 4m x 5m with veranda. To undertake a DIY home office you WILL need previous building experience (or friends with know-how), and the right tools for the job. Otherwise, you can get a local installer. The veranda and deck kit is an optional extra – customers choose their own decking.
The National Art School in Darlinghurst, an inner-eastern suburb of Sydney, needed to enlarge and upgrade its security checkpoint to house new security and communications systems operated by on-site security staff. Situated at the former Darlinghurst Gaol, heritage listing called for the new movable office pod to ‘touch the earth lightly’ and not interfere with…
The growth in working-from-home and home-based businesses is causing many home owners to wonder how to integrate their business requirements into their home environment without impacting either in a negative way. Lack of space inside the home is a common problem, and even when there is a spare room inside the home suitable for use as an…