During the pandemic, people have had to think creatively to find suitable places to work from in their own homes.


Those people who don’t have the luxury of a spare room have worked from the kitchen or dining room table. Others have set up camp in garden rooms or even their own bedrooms.

Reading-based property regeneration firm TCN UK has gone a step further with its latest ‘creative workplace’ project.

Founders Richard Pearce and Toby Bidwell have ‘regenerated’ a VW Transporter shell into a quirky flexible office space in a campervan, for the company’s staff to use for work or play.

The campervan consists of a brand-new kitchen, sleeping canopy and bed for four, TV and workstation desk and wifi, which is all powered by rooftop solar. The side of the van has been emblazoned with an image of Trammell, TCN’s beloved Jack Russell office dog.

Robert Hoadley, managing director of TCN, said: “We wanted to thank each and every one of our staff members for their hard work and dedication over the years. We’re a fun, sociable bunch, and wanted them to enjoy being among people they love most and also explore what the UK has to offer.”