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Agustín Hernandez's home office.
Concrete is used for the walls and ceiling and stone for the floors to maintain an urban, industrial feeling.
The study features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that bring the outdoors in. Space-saving custom walnut desks...
A work station in the couple's office.
The loft addition afforded space for a home office and music area.
What was once a storage space is now a sun-drenched home office where the couple writes emails and stores their design...
The playroom later became Xenia’s office.
Fuseproject, San Francisco,...
The ENSAMBLE Project, as the system is known, includes smaller panels for subdividing desks.
The pair of desks that Paul and Shoko work at in the office space look directly onto the courtyard.
For this tiny house in the Belgian forest, a little extra square footage comes in the form of a glassed-in addition...
The 1950s desk in the office is from the original house; the chair is by Aksel, a Norwegian furniture company.
Lightweight and configurable, the designers see the system as a flexible solution for workspaces, as well as schools,...
Zoë plays with a model in the office.
The new office makes the most of the exposed brick, tall ceilings, and large southfacing windows.
Near the room’s curving wall, a Verner Panton chair joins a K2 B console table by Tecta, topped by a vintage mirror by...
The second-floor office is housed inside a rounded rectangle of concrete that the architect inserted on top of the old...
Mike's second-floor office features locally-sourced cabinetry.
The space opened on the first day of Spring and is filled with an array of plants that include a moss wall, air plant...
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