500 Solutions for Working at Home

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Ana G. Canizares
Universe, 2003 - Business & Economics - 423 pages
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The technological advances of the last two decades-from virtual communication to ubiquitous laptop computers-have given way to an unprecedented freedom from the traditional office. Whether you have an office but need to work at home on weekends, are a working parent wanting more time with your children, or have a country-house you'd like to spend more time in, are the owner of a small business seeking to contain your overhead, or one of a growing number of freelance professionals-there are countless reasons why you might want to transform a part of your home into a convenient work space.

500 Solutions for Working at Home provides just that: a wealth of practical ideas on how to create space, silence, order, and efficiency within the existing structure of your home. Whether you have an entire room or a mere closet to dedicate to your workspace, this book illustrates a wide range of solutions by some of the best contemporary architects and interior designers from around the world.

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Personal StudiosOffices
Courtyard in Girona
Architects Loft
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Ana Christina G. Caņizares studied communication and visual arts in London. She has lived in the U.S. as well as in the U.K. and is now living and working in Barcelona.

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