Home Office: 23 Solutions for More Flexible Work-spaces

A few years ago, the idea that houses and apartments are dedicated exclusively to living was redefined. This has happened because the contemporary times brought a large number of social changes that influenced the manner we use the spaces. With defiant routines and increasingly flexible companies concerning the workspace, it is more and more common that the residence becomes the office. However, with house plans becoming smaller, it has became a challenge thinking functional spaces or ones that could be refurbished in seconds to be used as Home Office. With this idea in mind, we compiled some projects in small spaces, which interior design solutions can help you in your next projects. Check out the following selection:

Block Village / HAO Design

Hey! Cheese
Hey! Cheese
 

Apartamento Loloite / Urban Ode Arquitetura e Urbanismo

Marcelo Donadussi
Marcelo Donadussi

Apartment in Benfica / Atelier 106
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do mal o menos
 

Architectural (Dis)Order / Corpo Atelier

Alexandre Bogorodskiy
Alexandre Bogorodskiy
 

Apartamento Buenos Aires / Ultra

Marcelo Donadussi
Marcelo Donadussi
 

Livingspace / Ruetemple

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Ruetemple Courtesy
 

Tree-ness House / Akihisa Hirata

Vincent Hecht
Vincent Hecht
 

House in Kashiwa / Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop

Naoomi Kurozumi Architectural Photographic Office Courtesy
Naoomi Kurozumi Architectural Photographic Office Courtesy
 

Apartamento LR / UNIC Arquitetura

Eduardo Macarios
Eduardo Macarios
 

Retrofit Apartment / SuperLimão Studio

Escanhuela Photo
Escanhuela Photo
 

Córdoba-Flat / Cadaval & Solà-Morales

Imagen Subliminal
Imagen Subliminal
 

Family House / Ruetemple

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Ruetemple Courtesy
 

Apartamento Clodomiro / Todos Arquitetura

Lufe Gomes
Lufe Gomes
 

Copan Apartment / SuperLimão Studio

Maíra Acayaba
Maíra Acayaba
 

Apartamento TN / South Arquitetura

Crstiano Bauce
Crstiano Bauce
 

RR Apartment / StudioLIM

André Mortatti
André Mortatti
 

Apartamento Itu / SuperLimão Studio

Maíra Acayaba
Maíra Acayaba
 

The Curated Home / Mustard Architects

Tim Crocker
Tim Crocker
 

Gorki / Ruetemple

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Ruetemple Courtesy
 

Switch / Yuko Shibata Office

Ryohei Hamda
Ryohei Hamda
 

Bagritsky / Ruetemple

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Ruetemple Courtesy
 

House NA / Sou Fujimoto Architects

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This article was first published in Arch Daily and is republished with permission.

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