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From Unconventional Open Office Spaces to Wall-Less Abodes

 - Jul 11, 2013
Nowadays, modern home interiors are all about creating that spacious and luxurious feeling, and these open concept spaces are some creative examples of how popular architectural designs are now incorporating a much more expansive look into the appearance.

While traditionally people often desired homes and office spaces that featured individualized rooms and designated work cubicles, young homeowners and start-up businesses are more interested in creating communal work spaces where everyone can interact freely with one another. Open concept spaces allow individuals to constantly be aware of what's going on around them, and it also serves to make the overall structure seem more spacious in design.

From spacious city getaways to colossal contemporary lofts, these open concept spaces will definitely peek the interest of any potential home or business owner looking to purchase new property.