Create the perfect workspace with these home office ideas. Taken from various architectural projects or featuring products from furniture collections designed by award-winning studios, these images provide inspiration for the dream office at home. Comfort meets function and efficiency in every design. From minimalist desks with integrated shelving and ergonomic chairs to ingenious interior design ideas that optimize free space in compact apartments, here you’ll find some great ideas for your ideal home office.
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A collection of contemporary furniture and home accessories that pay homage to the Bauhaus movement. In the world of contemporary design and architecture, Bauhaus emerges as one of the most enduring influences. You can see it everywhere, from elegant timepieces to
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A dark brick house designed with three glazed volumes that open to forest views. Located at the edge of a forest in southern Sweden, Villa Enestigen brings its inhabitants close to nature. Jakobsson Pusterla Architects, a Swedish studio with offices in Lund and Helsingborg, designed the
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A minimalist wall clock that uses geometric forms as well as light and shadow to show the time. Founded by architects Ewa Bryzek and Allen Shakir, Copenhagen-based studio Lawa Design produces gorgeous home accessories and lighting. The two founders share not only an architectural background but also a love of simple, clean designs that are practical and playful. Named Delta, this mini...
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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]s working from home has become the standard instead of the exception, creating a comfortable and practical workspace is incredibly important. A home office desk for modern living spaces should look beautiful but it should also offer the right blend of function and flexibility. After all, many pieces of furniture and home accessories are multi-functional, so why would a home ...
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An adaptive-reuse project that transformed a 1920s building into a contemporary home. Boston-based architecture and design firm NADAAA transformed a brick building from the 1920s into a home with living spaces rich in both organic textures and creative de...
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An elegant and practical desk designed for home offices. Amsterdam-based designer Frederik Roijé creates furniture, lighting, and home accessories with a minimalist aesthetic and functional designs that also tell a story. For example, a bird feeder th...
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A brutalist-style apartment softened with splashes of color. Located in the Riverside Tower building in Antwerp, Belgium, this duplex is the home of Bram Van Cauter of Studio Okami and his partner, art collector Doris Vanistendael. The 20-story brutalist-style building also houses the architecture firm’s office and Vani...
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A simple but ingenious table that keeps items on display or hidden from view. Based in Lille, northern France, design studio More Than Common Sense (MTCS) produces honest and minimalist furniture and home accessories that also have ingenious features. The studio is run by two industrial designers: founder Vincent Claudepierre...
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On the picturesque Furillen island on the coast of Gotland, Sweden you can discover an array of quirky structures. Among them, the old limestone factory building or various remnants of the island's past as a military base. This structure has been built in 1961, and though it may not seem likely now, its was used as a military garage. When bought by Lotta and Henrik Imberg, founders of Stockholm...
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A compact apartment designed with modules that optimize both function and comfort. Architects Juan Alberto Andrade and María José Vascones, who previously completed a Chevy van conversion, collaborated on Doméstico, a live/work space that optimizes both sp...
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The greener version of a popular Muuto design. Introduced in 2014, the Fiber Chair designed by Iskos-Berlin provided a fresh, forward-thinking take on the classic shell chair design. It featured an innovative blend of materials, plastic and wood fiber, that provided both durability and strength. For 2022, Danish
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An elegant and minimalist wood desk with a two-tier design that optimizes function. Following on the footsteps of the Shelter desk, João Teixeira’s new Loop Desk offers an elegant solution to create an office space at home. Similarly to the previous design, this desk is minimalist and sophisticated as well as slim and practical. The ...
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A tranquil retreat nestled in a Welsh valley. Located in mid Wales, close to the town of Llanbister, Life House is a quiet retreat that immerses guests in a tranquil natural landscape. Celebrated designer John Pawson created the architectural project for Living Architecture, a company that collaborates with award-winning stu...
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