A STUNNING geodesic pod has wowed fans of George Clarke's Amazing Spaces who branded the space "beautiful inside and out."
The Channel 4 series documented the efforts of Manchester-based designer Anthony Hodson, who created the pod during the coronavirus pandemic.
The steel design was branded a "relaxing cocoon of creativity" by Amazing Spaces host and architect George – and fans clearly agreed.
They took to Twitter to comment on the structure, which took two years to make and is lined with birch plywood.
One wrote: "Anthony’s geodesic office pod needs to sold internationally."
Another put: "Yeah Anthony’s pod was just beautiful inside & out. I'm honestly stunned (in a good way) at the ingenuity of some people."
A third gushed: "This pod looks fantastic."
One then wrote: "That pod was stunning well done awesome."
Skylights added a stylish feel to the pod while under-floor heating made sure it was snug.
Anthony made sure to add a chic floating desk to tick off his working from home needs and there's also a 3D printer.
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He told the show: "I didn't want to design a cube, so I looked to nature for inspiration. In nature there's lots of geometric shapes. I wanted to make it look more interesting than standard rectangular ones found on the market."
George then added: "What a fantastic space this is. You can hear the wind outside but you feel like you're completely protected from the outside world.
"And at the very top you've got the most wonderful skylight and the fact that you've put this beautiful LED circular light that's just hovering beneath it. It's beautifully done.
"It's one of the most brilliant home offices I've ever seen."
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