Inspiration: Home Offices of De Leon & Primmer Achitecture Workshop

Inspiration: Home Offices of De Leon & Primmer Achitecture Workshop

Anthony Nguyen
Mar 26, 2009

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There are times when turning a house into a home office can be a bad thing, but that's certainly not the case with Roberto and Ross. They owns De Leon & Primmer Achitecture Workshop and they've done the what some may consider the impossible - transforming a contemporary home into sexy workspace that manages to keep its contemporary aesthetic charm, but still effectively functions as a dedicated workspace.

From painted rugs to clever outside seating, there's plenty of diversified areas to do work without feeling confined to a cubicle in Robert and Ross's lovely studio. The home office itself is designed more like an attached quarters than completely meshed together within the home. Sitting adjacently beside the main home, each architect occupies opposite sides of the building and come together in the middle to do work their magic. If you didn't notice, their computing setup is very much similar to Visionaire Publishing's Offices we saw yesterday.

Additionally, by dividing up the workspace using a subtle change from bright white to off-white, they make sure his actual living space stays separated from the home office. It's a clever way that's cheap, effective, and keeps us wanting to see more. Amazing stuff, guys! Keep up the great work!

[Images: Bella Grace Studios]

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