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    The creation of architect David Ajasa-Adekunle of London-based Innovation Imperative, Tetra Shed is being primarily marketed as a “modern garden office space” but like other prefab ADUs (accessory dwelling units), its applications aren’t strictly limited to a backyard workspace

  • Trish Odenthal Lighting Design

    tetra shed® | The Tetra-Shed is a new modular building system that would arguably make for a pretty awesome home office. Designed by David Ajasa-Adekunle

  • Betsy Yerian

    Work from home? Need Private workspace? Here is the answer...put in a backyard office!!! Get away without going away!!! contemporary prefab studios by tetra shed

  • shane walter

    tetra shed® is a new modular building system which, as a single module, has been designed to be a modern garden office.

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