Office Design Ideas

“Work smarter, not harder.” That’s what you’ll find as the underlying stylistic theme in this section of Office articles on Homedit. Whether you’re carving out a tiny desk in a closet or have the opportunity to overhaul an entire space to become the office of your dreams, you’re going to love these Office-related photos and articles.

From Generic Office To Stylish And Productive: Home Office Hacks

What do you do when you fall in love with a product but can’t afford it or if you like the design of a certain piece but not certain details? Do you sigh and forget about it or do you find a way to get that look you really want? We’d like to think it’s the second option. After all, we love DIYs. The following examples showcase a bunch of IKEA hacks designed to make your workspace more enjoyable. So take a look and find some inspiration.

Patrik Swivel Chair Hack.

Since the chair is the most important element in an office or workspace, let’s start with that. Maybe you remember the Patrik Swivel chair. It’s very close to being the ideal office chair: comfortable, adjustable, modern and actually affordable. But the base could look a little better so give it a quick makeover.{found on hitherandthither}.


Make The Most Of Your Workspace With A Multifunctional Desk – 20 Space Saving And Creative Ideas

You can’t afford to waste space when there’s the option of using it productively. Why have two or three separate pieces of furniture when you can only have one that fulfills all the functions you need? We’re talking about multifunctional furniture.It’s about including as many functions and elements in a simple design as possible.



NUON Offices Or How To Create An Inspiring Working Place

Amsterdam is certainly one of the cities that have proved potential for architecture and design. We should be aware of the fact that workplace design is also important to maintain the maximum level of creativity and productivity. You will see that this aspect is not ignored in Amsterdam. Remember the Google offices? I’m sure you would love to work in places that are at least similar. If you’re looking for a reason to get a job in Amsterdam, we can give you a rational one: highly organized work spaces that fulfill the needs of every employee.


20 Clever Ideas To Design A Functional Office In Your Kitchen

Any space, regardless of its size, will provide you various design options. So does your kitchen. You dream about a home office but you don’t have enough space? I’m sure many of you believe it’s not a good idea to create an office space in your cooking area. The question is: why not? Most of the time I write in the kitchen and I really enjoy it! So, why give up on your dream? Give it a shape and get the most out of your kitchen. Organize and conquer!  Tips? Right away!


The Google Amsterdam Offices Are full Of Color Energy And Sustainable Features

Google has offices all over the world and we enjoy analyzing them mostly because they’re so beautifully refreshing and fun. The combination of functionality, professionalism and style is always represented in a different and unique way. For example, in the Amsterdam offices from Netherlands, it’s the combination of modern and rustic that makes the whole place come to life.


Give Your Office A Clear And Chic Look With A Glass Top Desk

Glass tops, whether they’re part of a coffee table’s design or on a desk or dining table, always make that piece look interesting. A transparent glass top makes the base stand out more, even if it’s very simple in design. Glass tops also give the whole room a more transparent, clear and spacious look because they go almost unnoticed.

A small office or workspace could definitely use a desk with a glass top. This one, for example, has a very light and delicate design.{found on dwellingsbydevore}.


An Outside The Box Office With A Waiting Room Inside A Shipping Container

These are the offices of Cape Town branding agency 99c which was designed by South African firm Inhouse Brand Architects. The architects were asked to transform the top 3 floors of a new building in the east of the city into a functional, unconventional and pleasant work area. They decided to organize the office space into two separate zones. The work spaces are separated from the breakout areas in order to allow employees to better concentrate without mixing work with fun.

Because the office occupies three floors, the architects decided to remove a section of the concrete slab which separates the 8th and 9th floor and to put instead a staircase. This way they facilitate the interaction between employees and encourage movement.

The team has the great task of transforming a total of 3000 square meters of space so they had plenty of freedom in terms of space but also lots of details to think about.


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