These days, there are several ways to get a new home office without sacrificing a lot of comfort or convenience. The latest tip is to hire a home office designer. Because most people aren’t really blessed to have a team home office in a very large town, most home offices are naturally among the more private spaces of a home. But that’s not so surprise when looking at the photos of this great “home office.”
As you’ll see in the photos, the main reason for this arrangement is the good communication between the home office spaces. A home office should be a space to put in second chances to their users, to get work done most efficiently and to perform basic tasks efficiently. The photos were taken by Annie Santo, Johannes Vermeer, and Elisa Lerma Baena.
Home office spaces can, of course, be anything you want to be. They can be places that your working surface is comfortable and relaxing, and that will contribute to the happiness and productivity of your life partner or even parents or parents without children.
Of course, not all home offices have a privileged or glamorous background. Some prefer to have a simple, modern design. For example, this marvelous home office is located in Cape Town, South Africa, and was designed by Zaha Hadid.
It has only one small window, one of the few that remain in the region, and it is almost 4,000 square feet (Come Nestle is only 8,000 square feet). This is not a traditional home office with a window awning to match the skyline of the Cape Town lights. It is more like a pavilion, hanging from the top of the roof, being the hearth of the room.
The room is his wet and rest area, and the dining room. The dining room table is the “Rest” table, a contemporary piece inspired by the Ottoman architecture and the Berbers of Dessau, Wauble West, that created West End in 1933. The idea of combining the two structures was carried out by Zaha Hadid.
The design in itself is at the turn of the spheres, sending lightstorms at the northern end and causing winter to turn to sunny days to spring. As the days start to cool, as well, visitors could join in on the fun, creating an outdoor balcony, a romantic picnic area, a dining terrace and an area overlooking the harbour.
The terrace is a modern interpretation of the terrace areas in park with an al fresco dining area complemented by a gas fire and a round glass table. Seating, built-in storage and a light grey walled area are concealed by a brass wall. Overall, this is a very elegant, sophisticate and sophisticate home, designed with great attention to detail, elegance, quality and refined materials.