This “workpod” is a response to the new working at home phenomenon, brought about by Covid 19. It does not require planning consent, has no foundations, (and minimal wind resistance) and can be carried by hand through a terraced house ( in pieces) and assembled by two people in an hour. The idea is that it can be installed in a very small space and will provide a quiet, ergonomic, comfortable concentrating individual workspace for someone who simply does not have a spare room at home but needs to work at home. An employer can provide these pods for staff, and they can be returned to the employer or move house with the user. The technology adopted is inspired by the bicycle helmet – made from 12 panels of injection moulded polystyrene (uses steam to fuse the polystyrene beads together), with a vacuum wrapped acrylic shell. The floor and furniture are made from a highly sustainable board material made from recycled waste products, and the whole unit can be fully recycled at the end of life. The unit sits on adjustable stainless steel feet – ( no groundworks required, and can be moved around on the site) and is ballasted with kiln-dried sand.