2,063 Asian Home Office Design Ideas
InHouse Design Studio
This home office was built in an old Victorian in Alameda for a couple, each with his own workstation. A hidden bookcase-door was designed as a "secret" entrance to an adjacent room. The office contained several printer cabinets, media cabinets, drawers for an extensive CD/DVD collection and room for copious files. The clients wanted to display their arts and crafts pottery collection and a lit space was provided on the upper shelves for this purpose. Every surface of the room was customized, including the ceiling and window casings.
Deborah French Designs
photo by Yiorgos Kordakis
Arnold Schulman Design Group
Meditation Room and Office Space Photography by Brantley Photography
The home-office includes a built-in flat wall monitor to use for long distance conferences and a computer area seen at the right edge of the photo. Both the center table and the computer desk can be hydraulically lowered into the rectangular recess (horikotatsu) in the floor beneath them. When the table and desk are raised, these recesses provide leg room when sitting on the floor.
Suzanne Hunt Architect
Photography by Robert Frith Construction by Gransden Constructions
CastleView 3D Renderings
Decor, 3D model, and renderings by Kathleen Moore, CastleView 3D.
All in One Decorating Solutions
Contemporary home office , practical and functional for 2 people
CLIENT // M PROJECT TYPE // CONSTRUCTION LOCATION // HATSUDAI, SHIBUYA-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN FACILITY // RESIDENCE GROSS CONSTRUCTION AREA // 71sqm CONSTRUCTION AREA // 25sqm RANK // 2 STORY STRUCTURE // TIMBER FRAME STRUCTURE PROJECT TEAM // TOMOKO SASAKI STRUCTURAL ENGINEER // Tetsuya Tanaka Structural Engineers CONSTRUCTOR // FUJI SOLAR HOUSE YEAR // 2019 PHOTOGRAPHS // akihideMISHIMA
丘の上の家 HILL HUS
設計施工：空設計工房 photo takahiro Kawanami
Timber Innovations LLC
By day, a sophisticated home office with handcrafted cabinetry, desk and shelving. By night, a guest room with sleeping quarters hidden in plain sight.
Timber Innovations LLC
"Floating" live-edge counter top draws your eye through the room.
Photo by:Tsutomu Yamada
asap/ adam sokol architecture practice
Beginning with the owner’s stated preference for a home with abundant natural light, the name of this project was adapted from that of a famous Beijing garden.