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Example of a classic built-in desk home office design in Minneapolis

2012 Parade of Homes, Green Dream HomeTraditional Home Office, Minneapolis

This spacious home office offers a beautiful open and bright place to work. The floor is made out of leather!

Architect: Rauscher and Associates

Builder: Homes by Tradition

For questions on materials or furnishings please contact Homes by Tradition
www.homesbytradition.com 952-322-8700

Example of a classic built-in desk home office design in Minneapolis —  Houzz
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bwi9 wrote:Apr 22, 2013
  • mickpwl
    How did you make the plywood joints seamless?
  • mickpwl
    I want to use plywood for my countertop but it's 11 feet long. What's the best way to do that?
Danielle Guttman Klein wrote:May 5, 2014
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    Homes by Tradition
    Hi Danielle! Thanks for your question - this desk is a custom desk designed by the architect and designer of the home. Any cabinet company has the capability of replicating it if requesting it. Hope this helps!
Brian Haas wrote:Apr 16, 2014
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    Homes by Tradition
    Hello! The dimensions are 132" x 66" - it was custom made by the architect and designer of this home!
binabose wrote:Jul 22, 2013
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    Homes by Tradition
    It is supported on the two ends but there is also a 1" x 3" boxed wood frame underneath that is attatched to the wall. Good question!
epollard wrote:Jul 19, 2013
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    Homes by Tradition
    Thanks for the inquiry! Our interior designer on this home prefers all questions be directed towards them! Feel free to email Rauscher & Associates at tjr@trauscher.com

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Christine Ciarmello added this to Quiet, Please! How to Cut Noise Pollution at HomeJul 9, 2013

Now for the More Difficult Problem of Sound Blocking“If sound is pouring through the window, it means the frame is substandard, the panes of glass are not airtight, or there are not enough panes of glass there,” Boughan says. “You need to replace it or cover it.”Caulking. A lot of outside noise can seep in through windows. A mere 1 percent gap in the sound barrier transmits 50 percent of sound — that’s the rule of acoustics, Boughan explains. Try something simple like caulking around your windows, sealing any gaps.Replace your windows with the help of a professional

What Houzzers are commenting on:

natdream added this to StudyFeb 27, 2019

Desk full length under big window

Clint Wenk added this to Clint's ideasNov 11, 2018

Like the clean lines in this one

caross2 added this to window desk areaMay 20, 2018

surface only desk without drawers

terlynculwill added this to DetailsApr 21, 2018

Fantastic idea for a large alcove or former breakfast nook.

mganann added this to Three Season Conversion - Home OfficeDec 27, 2017

Picture window between two functional windows, half wall space underneath for furniture.

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