Working from home has become ubiquitous thanks to the pandemic, but the problem is that most of us don’t have a dedicated office space in our homes. That’s why Estonian brothers Andreas and Jaak Tiik created the ÖÖD home office — a prefabricated tiny house defined by its mirrored facade, that can be shipped anywhere in the world.
Kristi Kivilaid of ÖÖD House said, “Our designers created the mirror house to enable a harmonious combination between tiny living surrounded by playful landscapes. The house serves as a modern stand-alone oasis among the scenery. It’s not an intruding nor disturbing construction in nature — it blends in with the surroundings.”
The space is about 100 square feet, with natural stone-like flooring and engineered oak walls. Its most defining feature is the floor-to-ceiling mirrored glass windows. It’s big enough to fit a desk with a chair, file cabinet, small sofa, and shelves.
The ÖÖD home office costs $22,000, and the company is currently working with Amazon to make it available within a few weeks. That means you could have a dedicated workspace for hunkering down this winter and focusing on work, while we anxiously await the world’s return to some semblance of normalcy.