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Designed in London as a way to utilize backyards and interstitial spaces, Minima Moralia Pop-Up Studios are minimalistic structures designed to allow designers, sculptors, painters, musicians and other creatives to have a quiet space to get stuff done while still interacting with the outside world. Made with a modular, structural steel skeleton, roof, floor and translucent external skin, Minima Moralia also features a vertical unfolding window, a canopy that opens the space and a skylight. The modular frame creates an empty grid which you can use for an internal configuration of shelves, desks, lights and storage areas. It’s like a man cave specifically designed for creative escapes—even if that means just escaping to your backyard.

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