If you're living in a locale with no mosquito problem and a practically endless summer, you can throw open the windows and enjoy a sunny workspace all year long. Today we take a peek inside an architect's airy home office.
Today's featured workspace is that of Los Angeles architect Jesse Bornstein. He designed his home with his home office at the forefront of his mind. The house is oriented towards the street in such a way that his home office is the first thing visitors encounter. It's a clever design technique - he works from home and the majority of the people who come up his walk are destined for his home office. Directing them right to the office enables him to separate his business from his personal space.
Check out the full spread of home offices at the Los Angeles Times' website below, including the home office of the voice actor behind Bart Simpson — you'll be shocked at how pink it is.
Wide Open Windows: An Airy Los Angeles Home Office [Los Angeles Times]