Photography: Koto Design

This prefab hut could be the answer to working from home, designed as an off-grid office space that’s small enough to squeeze into the garden.

Its faceted, charred wood exterior cuts a striking figure, intended to ‘enhance the landscape’, as Koto founder Zoe Little explains, as well as help people reconnect with nature.

Koto’s Work Cabin is a carbon neutral office that fits into your backyard
Photography: Koto Design

One sloping side is almost entirely glazed, giving plenty of opportunity for gazing at the scenery during moments of boredom or procrastination. Otherwise, the interiors are minimal, lined with plywood to create a blank canvas.

According to Koto, the entire cabinwhich starts at £26,000 – is carbon neutral. It’s available to buy off the shelf, or as a customised version.

Koto’s Work Cabin is a carbon neutral office that fits into your backyard
Photography: Koto Design
Koto’s Work Cabin is a carbon neutral office that fits into your backyard
Photography: Koto Design
Koto’s Work Cabin is a carbon neutral office that fits into your backyard
Photography: Koto Design

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