The Clipper CS-1 is a workstation that though dates back to early ’90s is still way to ahead of its time. Developed by Canadian designer Douglas Ball and Jeff Sokalski, this cocoon like office shed was designed for the CAD workers. Resembling an airplane cockpit, the CS1 is constructed using plywood and plastic on a Lexan powder-coated steel frame with a fiberglass seat sporting leather fabric. The opaque screens on the side not only allow ample of natural light in, but also offer better privacy than an open cubicle. It offers a perfect working environment without compromising on with your comfort. As many as 100 such shedlike capsule offices were designed for a Herman Miller study to improve office spaces and this one here is by far the best.