Working from home (WFH) has been rapidly transitioning from optional to essential in the past several months and thus requiring living spaces to maintain areas for this, which is exactly what's at work with this small home office. Created by the pulltab architecture firm, the home office inside the New York apartment is built into the kitchen in order to hide it in plain sight. The bar-style dining table functions as a place to eat meals, but can be transitioned when required into an office and tucks a monitor and other technology essentials into the built-in cabinetry for a cleaner overall functionality.
The small home office is part of the continued shift towards multifunctional living spaces that put a stronger focus on multifunctional layouts.
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