Do to a good job you must work in a clean and nice workspace; modern design help it very much!
Here are some decoration ideas to inspire your next great idea for your office or study nook.
Interior architect and resident Renaud de Poorter works in his second-floor office at a pair of Joyn tables by the Bouroullec brothers and an Ypsilon office chair by Mario Bellini for Vitra.
This is the second-floor office of interior architect Renaud de Poorter
In his Clear Lake prefab retreat, resident Terry Ohm enlisted Ohio Design to fabricate the fleet of minimalist, Donald Judd–inspired furniture, including a desk and bookshelf in his home office and the sofa and coffee table in his living room.
A custom walnut bookshelf and desk houses the vinyl collection in an angular house in Canada. Photo by Jason Schmidt.
Collaborations between academic institutions and design greats have exposed students around the world to masterful lessons in furniture.Some of Marcel Breuer’s earlier experiments found a home in his 1938 commission from Bryn Mawr College—just as students found a home in the newly built Rhoads Hall, outfitted with desks, chairs, dressers, mirrors, and bookshelves of his design. The L-shaped chair, for example, continued Breuer’s experiments with cutout plywood.
In a recently renovated Norwegian summerhouse, the study is designed to foster contemplation and creativity. The 1950s desk in the office is from the original house; the chair is by Aksel, a Norwegian furniture company. Architect and resident Irene Sævik designed the pencil holder
In a contemporary Nordic abode, the office, which is a single-level separate unit, boasts Ikea desks and a signed work by Gilbert and George (friends of the couple).
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