1042 Office Design Photos And Ideas - Page 3

Whether it be a study, library, or craft room, the modern office is a tranquil place for you to flex your creativity, conduct meetings, and carry out day-to-day business. Cram the shelves with your favorite books, put the table in the middle of your room, or splurge on the perfect desk lamp—a great office should reflect your personal taste and inspire your best work.

The yellow perforated metal screens warmly filter light into the commercial space.
The lower level commercial space features workbenches for up to 14 students, a wine cellar, and a kitchen. Marco Franchini’s father runs evening classes here three times weekly.
The mezzanine can be used as a guest space, art studio, or office.
The library features furniture from the homeowners’ collection—including this Marcel Breuer chair.
The loft space includes a raised area that can be used as a desk or a platform for a double mattress. The observation turret lets in natural light and frames views of the town to the east.
In search of a quiet getaway that could double as a vacation and holiday hub for extended family and friends, a Mexico City couple found a three-and-a-half-acre property there and reached out to architect Javier Sánchez to come up with a design that would make the most of the site.
The home's extensive wood paneling continues into a small office next to the kitchen. This space also provides access to the side terrace.
A wood-paneled, built-in desk nook is surrounded by cabinets.
A home office occupies the light well, with views to the living room above, and a library space below. What would typically be the dark middle of the house is bathed in sunlight and enjoys a feeling of expansive vertical space.
Lasvit designs get the spotlight in this hybrid showroom and meeting space.
The serene home office of Taula House by M Gooden Design gazes out onto the backyard.
The space once served as the location of a fundraiser for President Obama.
Located off the central atrium, the Art Deco–style library is paneled in rare Macassar ebony.
A peek inside the studio, which is also included in the sale of the property. Featuring a separate entrance, the space is a cozy, quaint retreat for overnight guests.
The spacious, light-filled home office can easily be converted into another bedroom.
The shape of the window is meant to represent Pam.
This bedroom is currently in use as a home office.
A spacious home office, which can easily be converted depending on the buyer's needs, offers direct access to the outdoors. Large, angled windows invite plenty of light inside.
A peek at the office space with a Frama-designed leather-and-brass desk. The ground floor also houses the kitchen, dining area, and living room.
Next door is a bespoke Bottega Veneta study, separated from the living room by Rimadesio glass doors. European Marie Antoinette parquet flooring, a Henge Cage B shelving unit, and Henge green-suede lounge chairs fill the space.
A LC4 Chaise by Le Corbusier sits in the study, where wrestling mats cover the polished concrete floors.
The study has a Nakashima table, MR chairs by Knoll and a Robert Rauschenberg print.
For just under $102,000, Anya Moryoussef Architect transformed a single-car garage into a multifunctional workspace that’s wrapped in Baltic birch plywood.
Two people can work back-to-back in this unique space that incorporates home office ideas for two. Two long, thin desks provide ample dual work surfaces, each with its own built-in storage shelves. The floors are Douglas Fir with OSMO finish. The angled walls and ceiling are Douglas Fir Marine Grade Plywood with a whitewash finish.
A bespoke backyard studio in London was built with prefabricated plywood panels to create a cozy and cost-effective interior.
High-quality birch plywood lines the interior of this sharply angular and minimalist backyard office.
The designers carefully considered light, transparency, and shadows while creating the interiors.
Playing with a balance between light and heavy elements, the dining table is “dimensioned like the branches of a tree—making it appear paper-thin from some angles and more robust where it needs to be.”
A negative space in this table’s joinery allows light to shine through.
Sunken double height office
Sunken double height office
Furniture and art were sourced from family and artist friends, with a mix of high and low, old and new. Artists that contributed to the project include wood sculptor Vince Skelly, ceramicist Sarah van Raden of Notary Ceramics, and furniture builder Nick Tretiak.
The master bedroom has a small study, outfitted with a wood countertop that matches the wood window and frame.
The Modern model offers an office area with a large window.
A peek inside the ground-floor workshop designed for the grandfather’s woodworking projects.
A built-in desk area offers a quiet nook to read, write, and work.
The first floor also includes a home office, hidden behind leaded glass French doors. The space features a wood-paneled fireplace and earth-toned furnishings.
To impart a high-design feel to the space, architect Mike Jacobs wrapped cabinetry from Ikea with a marble countertop and designed built-in bookshelves around the kitchen and study to help unify the area. Trips to shops in Palm Springs yielded the red side chair and metal magazine rack. The brown suede chair is from MidcenturyLA.
In a private study, a thick built-in counter desk composed of marble and Savior Blue limestone brings texture and color to the neutral scheme, and highlights the artwork.
The mental effects from physically dividing your living and work spaces can help you focus when needed, and most importantly, step away to relax when finished.
The library provides sleek, closed storage and open shelves that reach over 12 feet high. A Moroso/Diesel Cloudscape Chair sits beside the De La Espada Laurel Coffee Table, with a Flos String Light strung overhead. The painting is by Krzysztof Kokoryn.
A small office is located off the kitchen, complete with built in cabinetry and shelving. The nook is made bright and airy from the large doors and east-facing window.
Louvers provide a bit of privacy while allowing daylight to illuminate an office nook.
Finishing touches throughout the interior includes handpicked scents by Lyn Harris of Perfumer H, as well as books from some of Roksanda’s closest confidants and inspirations.
The exposed pine beams finished in OSMO oil support the polycarbonate opal/diffused panels set on aluminum glazing bars.
The compact 130-square-foot office interior offers enough space for two to three people. The insulated floors are lined with Monckton Green vinyl by The Colour Flooring Company.
A look at the studio, which is also home to Richard and Daniela's joint architectural venture, the Inverse Project.
A glimpse of the living room next to the cantilevered balcony furnished with a Milo Baughman chair and a petrified wood stump table.
Designed to comfortably accommodate three to five employees, the 1,000-square-foot home office that Matt Fajkus Architecture has recently built beautifully complements an existing midcentury abode in Austin, Texas.
The office is the ultimate blend of the Raskinds design styles: Hollywood Regency and California Eclectic. The walls are a sage green color, Granite from Dunn Edwards, and the room features a 1960s pendant that originally hung in the home's master bedroom.
The penthouse office has an open workspace with a diagonally-laid teak floor, built-in metal mesh shelving, and a built-in blackened-steel credenza that wraps the edge of the room. There are also cantilevered floating steps which lead to the rooftop observation deck.
The home's only bedroom is currently used as a home office. The original design includes space for a Murphy bed as well.
Along the long hallway leading to the open lofted area, a large niche acts as a study/guest bedroom when a series of Hafele folding door panels reveal a desk that folds down into a modern Murphy bed.
A timber-lined study on the upper floor of the parents' suite overlooks a private outdoor courtyard open to the sky and tree canopy.