The work-from-home trend is here to stay and the top residential buildings across the country offer stylishly outfitted home offices for all of one’s work-from-home or academic needs.
Designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning Foster + Partners, the Midtown Manhattan luxury tower has relaunched as Selene. This fully realized contemporary landmark offers pied-à-terre residences with sweeping views of New York City. frenchCALIFORNIA, the interior design and creative studio founded by Guillaume Coutheillas, designed stylish model residences. Inspired by the way natural light transforms the home throughout the day, the spaces are characterized by a muted, tonal color palette comprised of gray, taupe and other warm neutrals, combined with airy drapery to further emphasize the play of light and color within each home. Included in this design is chic, light-filled home offices with a spectacular view of Midtown Manhattan.
Madison House, a new condo tower in NoMad, is the tallest residential building in the neighborhood. Located in the heart of NoMad at 15 East 30th Street, it features architecture by Handel Architects and stunning interiors by Gachot Studios. Architecturally designed as a decagon, Madison House has a striking building layout where all 199 homes feature open floor plans, 11-foot ceilings or higher and corner exposure offering each home rare, uninterrupted views of the New York City skyline. Unit #58A was designed by DDC with furniture from Minotti and offers unique views of Manhattan to the north, east and west. This residence features a beautiful home office designed by DDC with panoramic views of the neighborhood.
One Manhattan Square
One Manhattan Square, a vertical village on the Lower East Side with over 100,000 square feet of amenities, offers ample space to design your perfect at-home office where you can work both comfortably and effectively. This stylish home office is in a two-bedroom residence at the building and was designed by New York-based designer Anna Karlin. The space offers everything one may need, including a desk, chair, great lighting, space for books, and floor-to-ceiling windows which add abundant natural light as well as incredible views of the NYC skyline.
The Cortland, an NYC-based development located across from the Hudson River Park in West Chelsea, includes 144 residences designed by two of the world’s leading architectural practices, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig. Inspired by its West Chelsea neighborhood, NYC-based interior designer Rodney Lawrence seamlessly blends contemporary design with timeless pieces and art to create a modern, unique atmosphere. The home office at a residence designed by Rodney Lawrence at The Cortland depicts this young, fresh and comfortable look that ties in beautifully with the elegance and warmth seen throughout the model.
40 West 12th
A luxury condominium 40 West 12th is located in Midtown Atlanta, an urban neighborhood undergoing a modern metamorphosis. The residences infuse the high-contrast sophistication of city living, while nodding to its Georgia roots through clever color palettes and locally made furnishings. Designed by Candace Rimes of Fogarty Finger, the dark and moody home office encapsulates masculine elegance with deep green walls, an industrial wall unit, black and bronze accents and pops of organic textures, such as walnut and boucle.
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