A home office can consist of anything from a countertop with a plug for a laptop to the most elaborate command center worthy of a corporate titan. To me, the two most important characteristics of a home office are that it is a place you like to work and it helps you organize and find the stuff you are working on.
Often our clients insist on a great view from their home office, while others find a view too distracting. There is no ‘right’ solution to a personal workspace except one that helps you get the job done.
There can be a dichotomy between wanting to be part of family activity on the one hand and the need to concentrate on the other. Sometimes a well-placed set of pocket doors can create a reasonable balance.
Photos by Rob Karosis Curated Brochure by Crisp Architects: Portfolio