FOA House Work from Home

As it becomes more common around the world to work from home, home office designs continue to get more creative and stylish. The small home office of Nidolab Arquitectura in Argentina creates a natural-feeling space indoors with one of the coolest rugs we’ve ever seen, mimicking the look and cozy feel of natural moss.

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FOA House Work from Home natural light

The tiny office is only 54 square meters but manages to create an open, outdoorsy environment. The centerpiece of the office is a moss carpet in a number of different shades. The textures of the mossy floor covering make the office feel like a little piece of nature.

FOA House Work from Home suspended table

In the center of the room, a floating timber platform supports a large conference table, providing ample space for meetings and for individual work spaces.

FOA House Work from Home shelves

Thanks to abundant skylights and a huge window, the office doesn’t require much electricity during the day. It relies on natural lighting, which enhances the natural, organic feel of the workspace.

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“Working at home as a response to a desire, a need, for comfort or pleasure. In the same 54 m2 space, we create a home office that allows us to embrace the dynamism of a designer’s life, contemplating all the moments that he needs: teamwork, individual work, rest, storage, outings, meetings.”

“A central, symmetrical space, with a large meeting table, encourages teamwork. Back and forth, sketches, work… A lot of work, guarded by direct sunlight through the roof windows. The city is absent (a little). Outside there is more (green, grass, birds), which invites you to create… ‘ethereal sounds, clear instrumentations, stripped musical textures. The music is relaxed, calm, and when mixed with the sounds of nature that come through the window, they transmit stillness, peace. The best combination to accompany us from the sound in moments of work. As if they were the best soundtrack of creativity and concentration.'”