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  • Jessica L

    in winter months if offices could take advantage of the crisp air and sunlight would be nice instead of staying in a cubicle all day long

  • Lisa Rau Cannon

    My husband--a speech & debate professor--frequently takes his students outside for a tactile change of context, and I think he's doing his students a great service. After all, you never know what kind of public speaking venue you'll face one day. I'm all for this being implemented in teaching environments.

  • Daniel Lucas

    I have always imagined something like that. I bet it is good for the planet, for our minds, and consequently to human relations and businesses :)

  • Anna Silverman

    I would LOVE to work in an office like this! Perfect for Los Angeles.

  • Remington Dayn-Ryan

    This would be a breath of fresh air. Especially if the weather could be manipulated a bit (fans for summer, and heating for winter), because it get's ridiculously hot where I live!

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      What if the office was mobile too? Not a car necessarily, just an easily transportable set of tables/chairs/walls in one. Like how biking makes you see the world differently, a mobile office could make you interact and exchange business more efficiently.

      • Alexandria Jarvis

        I love this idea!! It is probably more feasible now too with technology getting more powerful but smaller. I was just thinking that would be necessary because keeping your things secure might be a problem.

        I had a professor that carried a small suitcase to class, really it was smaller than a suitcase, almost the size of a toolbox. He would prop it up and open it, and inside he would pull out a little reading lamp and papers. it was cool because it created a super small working space that immediately had a sort of presence and identity. It was a little intimidating, a little storybook-curious, and a little inspector gadgety. I liked it!