Home Office Life: Making a Space to Work at Home

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Rockport, 2001 - Architecture - 144 pages
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This book gives the home office market what it is missing. It is an information-packed visual book on carving out space (since most homes don't come with an office) plus a guide on how to design and lay out a home office that will contribute to business success. Not only a decorating book, it will help the reader determine what kind of worker they are and what kind of space they need in order to be most productive.

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Contents

The OneMinute Commute
10
Getting Down to Business
62
The Working Office
102
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Kanarek is the founder of Everything's Organized, a Dallas-based consulting firm.

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