6,002 glass view Home Office Design Photos

Studio ST Architects, P.C.
5 Reviews
West Village Duplex
built by fourseasons in the mid 90s. unfortuneately they went bankrupt and we are still looking on how to fix one of the glasses. there seems to be special foil inbetween the double glass and somehow it moved. if you have a solution on how to repair this please let us know. kind regards kima holland
but spare. The view . Storage
The most beautiful, sunny view; the color of the floor, furniture, chair and walls.
Curved framework & blinds on glass roof
Could we use curved glass in the greenhouse?
A work nook with a greenhouse glass view!
With perhaps a more ergonomic chair, this work space could easily convert at will into a reading corner. If you could keep your eyes on the pages. What a view.
workplace. The curved glass edge softly hugs the room and is easy on the eyes.
“Curved metalwork on solarium” — hiramaustin
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Hood Canal. The east-facing house is sited along a high bank, with a wonderful view of the water. The main living volume is completely glazed, with 12-ft. high glass walls facing the view and large, 8-ft.x8-ft. sliding glass doors that open to a slightly raised wood deck, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor
profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and rain protection; metal siding (recycled steel) for maximum durability
when you have a view like this.
Love the view, desk placed in a nook
efficient use of space, view, light
“Windows” — karltrusler
Sage Architecture, Inc.
13 Reviews
Flight House in Martis Camp - Truckee, California
A home office space is set in the "prow" of the house with floor to ceiling glass on three sides for unobstructed views of the Sierras. Vance Fox Photography
storefront glass
“Love this but I'd never get any work done:-)” — hooverpeg
Bertram Architects
Green Oak Writer's Studio
The best view from our house is at a blind corner. I would love to open it up this way, but we live in the frozen north. How weather-proof is this window (or pair
corner window with no wood only glass
Office glass corners and surrounding desks, not the ideal light idea.
and view like this is great.
The studio has an amazing view from three of its four sides. The client and the architects knew that sliding windows that pocket completely into the structure were a must. Mitchell and Bertram wanted to make sure to use the view in a practical and efficient way, which is why there is no corner post in
serves as a writing studio and guest house, inspiring the owner and guests with its expansive views.
A corner window really opens a space up, especially when there is no corner post, as it directs the view out on a diagonal. It's perfect for smaller rooms and spaces, like a home office or ...
“The window and the view” — toodlesdoo
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Real Estate photography in he Bay Area SF
swivel chairs for view 127 oak
Sitting area in front of glass between dining
impact glass instead of jalousy in office
Floor to ceiling view on 2 walls. Desk not pushed into a small space, but set back, with an expansive view.
The chairs, the hardwood the view reflects the sun
could have a great outdoor view option
This is a good office with view
A view is probably the strongest justification for this type of picture window, and this one is a stunner. While I'm not sure if the windows astride the picture window are operable, their width puts the emphasis on the squarish central pane.
Made of glass that stretches from floor to ceiling and
this office, the desk and two comfortable chairs enjoy the corner views. Versatile swivel chairs let the lounger choose which way to face.
“Big window” — Gonti design
Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
expansive mountain views beyond. The design ties the home to its surroundings and enhances the ability to experience both home and nature together. The entry level serves as the primary living space and is situated into three groupings; the Great Room, the Guest Suite and the Master Suite. A glass connector
I love glass walls, but where are the blinds?
Here is the view from the study-bedroom that cantilevers over the driveway. The view is breathtaking, and the cantilever creates the impression of floating, since the trees extend down below the edge of the glass at the floor.
love the gorgeous views afforded by the 180 degree windows. Great design and location of work stations.
Here is the view from the home office-bedroom that cantilevers over the driveway. The view is breathtaking, and the cantilever creates the impression of floating, since the trees extend down below the edge of the glass at the floor.With floor-to-ceiling glass, it’s easy to wonder how the
“The carpet” — dnouwen
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
SeaBend is sited dramatically on a bluff, embracing a commanding view of a New England. The house is long and narrow, mostly one room deep, so that all the major rooms are open to both the north water views and the south sun, with breezes blowing through. The plan is geared to informal living, with
Why read in an ocean view
Why would u wanna read in an ocean view ????
This is a great office view! And the books and windows...ah! Great!
one room deep, which allows all the major rooms to be open both to the northern water views and the southern sun. The spectacular view is framed with windows that respond to their coastal location: Both the glass windows and the structural supports between them are stronger than they would be in a landed
“short shelves under windows” — bethfletcher
b+g design inc.
9 Reviews
Magnifico Residence
I couldn't get any work done with this view
Breathtaking view :)
Big window with view
workspace with a view
Love the mountain view
Office with a view...Having a view....Desk and view...The view...Great view...Dream office view?...What a view!!...wow! the view...The view!!...Wow view
“View” — carmama1
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