More and more people are beginning to install home offices&mdash either we're workaholics or we're completely internet obsessed! Sometimes installing a home office can be tricky if you don't have an entire room to dedicate strictly to your computer. The solutation &mdash put the office in plain sight.
Sandy and Joe live in New York City, and while their apartment is large for the area (1,500 square feet) they don't have an extra room to transform into an office. They had to think outside of the box, literally, and figure out what to do. They knew that fitting a small work space into their soft, geometric apartment wasn't going to be a problem.
They chose the living room to install a home office, the perfect place if you ask us. It's informal enough that there's already a TV, so the computer fits right in. With one glance, you can pick up on the geometric influence. The TV, entertainment console, carpet, couch and ottoman all mimic the same shape which is then picked up by the shelving and desk. The shelving frames the work space and makes you believe that it's supposed to be and always has been there.
The entertainment console is unique and intriguing. We enjoy that it's resting on the fine line between 'do we display or hide our tech?'.
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(Images: Adrian Wilson)