Peter Daniel Frazier’s minimalist office escape

Most of us consider an uncluttered workspace to consist of an office with well-executed organization and minimal distraction. Peter Daniel Frazier, architect of the “Cube,” has taken the entire uncluttered workspace concept in a new, upward direction with his innovative home office:

The minimalist office is fully integrated into the surrounding forest. Frazier’s “Cube” serves not only as an office, it does triple duty as a meditation room and guest house.

The picture that appears here, and Frazier’s entire set are open for viewing on Flickr. Each image also has wonderful descriptions detailing his construction.


Don’t forget! If you’re in the Chicago area, join Erin and some of the Unclutterer staff (including me) at The Book Cellar on Monday, December 28, any time between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m.

Also, set your DVRs to record Erin on WGN Tuesday, December 29, during the Midday News programming. She’ll be talking about her book and handling sentimental clutter.

14 Comments for “Peter Daniel Frazier’s minimalist office escape”

  1. posted by Sky on

    This is an office I would enjoy going to work in.
    Very cool.

  2. posted by Shalin on

    Wow – I don’t think I’d do any work in that environment actually…I’d probably get back to amateur/semi-pro photography 🙂


  3. posted by Amy on

    Ahhhh… A little jealous, actually. But not of the stand-up desk. I still prefer a traditional desk, even if I am hunched over as a result. What a gorgeous view!

  4. posted by momofthree on

    Work, in a space that gorgeous, your kidding right??

    Stand at a desk, no way. I spend enough time on my feet in my kitchen, I don’t need to be standing at my desk.

    Can we move my kitchen into that office space?

    It’s beautiful!! I am jealous!!

  5. posted by Pat Crofoot on

    Lifehacker posted this earlier this year and I immediately started thinking of ways I could quit being a desk jockey and work there.

  6. posted by Viv on

    What a beautiful and well thought out space he has created. How could you not be inspired?

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  10. posted by catmom on

    Wow! What a nice safe haven away from the sometimes crazy world we live in. One could get some work done without distractions.

  11. posted by Tania on

    Jealous doesn’t even begin to cover it… lol

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