“We wanted to open up the back of the house, but there’s nothing to look at,” says Dana Zuckerman, who along with her husband and architects renovated a historic home in Boise, Idaho. “So we decided to put something in our yard as a focal point, to create our own view.” The architects came up with a glass-walled studio, which Dana uses as her home office. The architects mounted a steel I-beam that spans the yard, with holes drilled at eight-inch intervals for maximum flexibility of use. ...

“We wanted to open up the back of the house, but there’s nothing to look at,” says Dana Zuckerman, who along with her husband and architects renovated a historic home in Boise, Idaho. “So we decided to put something in our yard as a focal point, to create our own view.” The architects came up with a glass-walled studio, which Dana uses as her home office. The architects mounted a steel I-beam that spans the yard, with holes drilled at eight-inch intervals for maximum flexibility of use. ...

lest-at:  homedesigning: Loft Hammock Workspace

La salón de escritura es mucho leñoso. El salón parese un chalet. En el planta baja tengo un salón normales. En el planta alta teine un oficina por el trabajo. Juntos la impressión es un pasar de rato perfecto.

Family's weekend home is a sleek space in the sky - Houston Chronicle

Family's weekend home is a sleek space in the sky

Inbox only: Take a cue from this house in Maryland, in which the home office is dedicated to the world outside. The desk is unencumbered by drawers, and holds only a computer and an inbox. Nearby, wood cabinets and drawers hold "cold storage." Photo by James Ray Spahn.  Photo by: James Ray Spahn

Inbox only: Take a cue from this house in Maryland, in which the home office is dedicated to the world outside. The desk is unencumbered by drawers, and holds only a computer and an inbox. Nearby, wood cabinets and drawers hold "cold storage." Photo by James Ray Spahn. Photo by: James Ray Spahn

Hide it: In the home office of a couple's Barcelona apartment, the home office is well used but tidy, thanks to a roll-down window shade that conceals all detritus. The wall space is reserved for current projects and favorite things. The resident calls Steelcase’s “Think” chair “a masterpiece of cradle-to-cradle design—fully recyclable and very comfortable.” The desktop is a large piece of salvaged plastic. Photo by Carmen Masia Martorell.  Photo by: Carmen Masia Martorell

Hide it: In the home office of a couple's Barcelona apartment, the home office is well used but tidy, thanks to a roll-down window shade that conceals all detritus. The wall space is reserved for current projects and favorite things. The resident calls Steelcase’s “Think” chair “a masterpiece of cradle-to-cradle design—fully recyclable and very comfortable.” The desktop is a large piece of salvaged plastic. Photo by Carmen Masia Martorell. Photo by: Carmen Masia Martorell


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