This is the outdoor, rooftop patio of the Cloudlab where firm workers can lounge while programming or just to relax.
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The studio is outfitted with a 3D printer where clients can have their ideas tested before investing in their major designs elsewhere.
There are plenty of other shop devices to help aid in construction of designs as well.
Everything in the studio is powered by solar power to promote green energy and make mobility possible.
"We have our big whiteboards here, where we jot down notes, plan to take over the world if you will. We also run free workshops here every Wednesday where we teach things like Photoshop, video and photo editing."
The couch can move to provide rooms for work desks. Fortunately they invited me to use their couch to do some work.
The interior of the studio is mostly wooden. They even have a bunkbed over top of a desk for those long nights of work.
"The wifi sucks," a visitor says. The fact that they even have wifi is impressive given the solar power source.
The firm plans to install insulation and heating appliances for working during the winter.