Posted by worldhouse on March 8, 2017
Whether you work from home full-time, or hold a side interest, a good home office is fundamental to ensuring your productivity is high.
Everyone has heard of the term ‘bedroom business’, which implies that anyone who works from home sits in their pyjamas tapping away at their computer desk, tucked away in the corner of the bedroom. While not to say this never happens, most that make a living working from home have a room that is dedicated for their work. Read more…
Posted by worldhouse on December 4, 2015
Comfortable home office interior can make our work at home feel comfort. How to make comfortable home office if limited space available? Here are some ways that can be done :
1. Select a corner of the room or even one field wall that will become your work area. Clear the area from ??furniture that is not related to the job. Next, fill it with furniture that is efficient so as not wasteful of space, such as desks, chairs, drawers, and shelves.
2. Take advantage of the wall by attaching the board to schedule reminders or record important messages. If space is really a problem, the wall can also be used for putting a closet to store the files.
Modern home office design
Posted by worldhouse on October 10, 2015
Here are some picture of Amazing Interior of Google’s London Offices. This amazing office called ‘L4’, he workspace environment that focuses on creativity, comfort and openness.
Google’s London Offices
Posted by worldhouse on September 24, 2015
This Yelp’s Office Interiors in San Francisco, this office was redesigned by Studio O+A. The wall decorate with some custom wallpaper. One of them is Yelp logo.
So why did Yelp revamp? Probably because it can. Last year, the company almost doubled its U.S. audience, and pageviews shot up 150 percent. Revenues are estimated at $30 to $50 million a year. Sexing up the office is a media-friendly way of saying to the world, “We’re not a scrappy upstart anymore.” Next up: Yachts for every employee?
Posted by worldhouse on August 18, 2015
This interior design of office in Paris. Two companies Pons and Huot in Paris, France. Designed by Christian Pottgiesser.