Tips for the design and construction of a Home Officeby admin on Jan 31, 2014 • 7:43 am No Comments
Tips for the design and construction of a Home Office
Delays on the track, a hopeless morning rush… More and more employees and employers are fed up and start looking for alternatives. Working at home is already one of the most popular ways to improve the productivity of the active population. Discover here our tips for the design and construction of your working place.
Home Office: separate room or part of a living space?
In building you have two options: either you sacrifice a part of a living space on where you install your own working area, or you choose for a separate office. The first option has the advantage that there are no major alterations or practical concerns. Rearrange the layout of the room, place office furniture and it’s done. However, it is recommended that a separate office space. You have more privacy and you can work in peace and comfort, even when the children are at home.
Partition walls: extra privacy
Don’t you have enough places in the House for a completely separate office space? Don’t worry; there are several alternative solutions that also ensure enough privacy. So you can install a partition wall or sliding door which is a perfect border between office space and living space. It not only has a practical but also a psychological advantage: when you leave your Office, it’s time for relaxation and you don’t have to concentrate more on professional assignments.
Home Office: garden or street side?
A Home Office is, of course, also the space where the self-employed spend most of their day. So you install your Home Office on the street side preferably so that you can keep the privacy of your living room and garden. Choose if possible also a separate access and call number. There still work colleagues in your Office? Also make sure that they have sufficient space to be able to carry out their job in decent conditions.