Apartment Therapy Tech’s feature on this workspace posted on the office-space showcase site Where We Do What We Do got us spending a few more hours than expected touring home offices around the globe. Here are a few select settings that we especially appreciated.
That dreamy desktop wallpaper may be the first thing that catches your eye, but look closer and you’ll see an Eames Wire Chair hiding in the shadows of this home office belonging to Vero Escalante, an illustrator and textile designer in Buenos Aires. (Photo: Vero Escalante)
The Hamburg headquarters of web-based design studio The Future of Everything includes, among others, a white Eames molded plastic armchair. (Didn’t we tell you we were sensing a white Eames chair trend?) (Photo: The Future of Everything)
With six computer screens, an Aeron Chair, and lots of apparent bells and whistles, the attention-getting workspace of Stefan Didak feels extraordinarily space-age. (And since Stefan posted this photo, he’s moved — see his more recent launchpad-like space here.) (Photo: Stefan Didak)
This small-but-cheery private office belonging to “Soeren” (mysterious!) reveals a classic: an Eames molded plastic sidechair with a stacking base. (Photo: Soeren)
And the opening photo? It’s the Copenhagen-based home studio belonging to digital designer and owner of The Wall Company, Mathias Høst Normark. Get his streamlined look by choosing a wood dowel base on your favorite color of an Eames molded plastic side chair. (Opening Photo: Mathias Normark)