Japanese-style Home OfficeAsian Home Office, San Francisco

The home-office includes a built-in flat wall monitor to use for long distance conferences and a computer area seen at the right edge of the photo. Both the center table and the computer desk can be hydraulically lowered into the rectangular recess (horikotatsu) in the floor beneath them. When the table and desk are raised, these recesses provide leg room when sitting on the floor.

Inspiration for a mid-sized zen built-in desk home office remodel in San Francisco with beige walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: A Recipe for Inspiration in the New YearDec 1, 2014

All things Japanese. I’ve been studying up on the rich cultural and architectural history of Japan. The unique blend of asymmetry, references to nature, proportioning of systems, ingenious construction techniques, joinery and incorporation of ritual into everyday spaces has provided me a new lens through which to view the world.Learn about the Japanese engawa

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tellier added this to Chambre ÉlieSep 24, 2018

Table centrée dans la pièce avec pied central

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