There are numerous ways to save lots of space in your home. And one of the most effective ways is to share a home office. You don’t have to create two different rooms.
You can simply merge the workspaces to create one flowing space with a 2-person desk. This provides an excellent opportunity to share some fun moments with your partner while working at home. But there’s a catch.
Designing a Twin Home Office involves a lot of planning, and there may be a few challenges. So you need inspiration on how to design a 2-person workspace without compromising the individual needs of each occupant.
In that light, we explore at least 30 well-designed twin-home office workspaces to get you inspired.
Resources & Credits:
IDunic DesignStudio; Avenue Design Studio; Blupics; Pavel Vetrov & Aleksandr Zenzura; Studio 13: Dearkids: Elayne Barre: MCK Architects; Patricia Bagienski; RNDR Studio; Alex Schiry; Marie Olsson Nylander; Lime Building Group; Risen Developments; Tom Robbrecht; McDonald Jones Homes; CCS Architecture; RH Baby & Child; Catalina Estrada; Viktoria Tsikhotska; IKEA; Marta Yavna; Nido Interiors; Julian Malik; Boom Project; Rully; Vitaliy Bozhenov; Project Palermo; Industrial Facility (For Herman Miller).