Inspired Renovation Turns Deconstructed Wooden Pallets into Stylish Office Design

Located in Tokyo, "Shitomito Pallet" is a studio/ office space for a video production company designed and constructed by design studio Hiroki Tominaga Atelier, using over 100 wooden pallets that were broken down to create floorboards, wall coverings and furniture. The designers came up with the idea to use wooden pallets after noticing the crates being used to deliver water to a number of small publishing factories that occupy nearby buildings. The pallets, which are only fastened with screws, are intended to be reassembled and used to move office after the lease on the property ends. 

Visit Hiroki Tominaga's website for more info.

via [Dezeen]

All photo Masao Nishikawa