As home offices are so much in demand, we thought it was about time we offered up another little lot of workplaces that really work!
As we have explored before, the Japanese style interior design aesthetic is highly tied to the idea of minimalism and negative space.
The desk is where all the magic happens. Whether you catch up on work at home or need a convenient place to study, it's nice to have flexibility when it comes to office design.
In this post we are taking a look at large and/or clever desks that offer lots of space for all of your work, study or hobby needs; if you prefer a more minimalistic route then be sure to check out our previous article on modern minimalist computer desks for some slightly more streamlined designs.
Finding a quiet place to concentrate is of the highest importance for those who work or study from home.
These days more and more people find themselves working from home, which calls for studies and makeshift design studios in our houses; whether you have a study cum bedroom, a dedicated spare room office, or your own computer clad corner of the living room, we hope you will find inspiration in these creative workspaces.
If you can surround yourself with what inspires you in life, to live inside of your art, then chances are you will seldom face a dearth of creativity or inspiration.
Okay, it is that time again. It is when we round up a list of all the cool workspaces we come across during the month and put it in a neat little post.
Every once in a while we round up a list of workspaces that have grabbed our attention. Sometimes they are themed, sometimes they are techy and sometimes a bit of both.
Whether it is for quiet contemplation, intense concentration or that next big creation, sometimes we need to sit in an area which inspires us to bigger and better things, or simply, just to switch off and unwind.
Lifehacker is a productivity blog that writes about innovative ways to make your life easier. Essentially for the tech savvy, they feature free softwares and solutions for almost everything that spells I.
With more and more people telecommuting these days, the design of personal workspaces is now something that interior designers pay close attention to.
With the insurgence of folks starting their own businesses or simply working out of their homes, HD decided it is only appropriate that we feature some inspiring home offices to get your entrepreneurial spirits going.
To delve deeper into the life of an artist or a creative professional, digging into their workspace can be rewarding.
Okay here is some trivia: Who is Jonathan Ive?Well, you may not have heard of his name, but it is highly unlikely for you to have not come across his creations.
More and more people are beginning to work from home these days and they find setting up a good working environment mandatory for productivity.
Craft rooms and home studios are usually busy places buzzing with activity. These are the home offices of creative people whose spaces often reveal so much about themselves.
Nothing is an Amsterdam based branding company that is now grabbing some media attention due to the uniqueness of their office.
UPDATE: Twitter has moved to a new office now. Here is the post covering the New Twitter Office.Office interiors can provide excellent inspiration for designing workplaces at home and if you have been a long time follower of Home-Designing you will remember we have featured some really creative offices now and again.
We thought twice before filing this under Home Office Designs but decided to go ahead, because we believe if you are seeking inspiration before designing your home office, you should definitely take a look at these.
We have always loved cool workspaces. And we love cool workspaces with computers even more! Here are the latest ones to hit our radar!