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Example of an urban concrete floor home office design in New York —  Houzz
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bcallens wrote:Jan 5, 2015
  • Kris McClelland

    who makes the front door? gorgeous

    k

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    Naiztat + Ham Architects, P.C
    Hi krisnodgrass: thanks!! if you are inquiring about the glass doors, they are tre pui. If you are inquring about the white doors and panel on the left, they are custom millwork. I hope that helped!

    Best, Diane

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smwarwick
Sarah Warwick added this to A Clear Solution for Zoning an Open-Plan SpaceSep 15, 2017

Make a room within a room. When true separation is required, glass partitioning can divide without losing openness or light. Here, floor-to-ceiling shelving forms one wall, while the glass doors and side panels ensure that both areas benefit from all the windows. To maximize light, low furniture that sits at or below sill level is a must-have. Opt for window treatments that don’t obscure any of the glass when they’re open or, if privacy isn’t an issue, take a leaf out of this room’s book and go without.Shop window treatments on Houzz

ericreinholdt
Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: How to Borrow LightJan 20, 2015

Full-height glass walls offer auditory but not visual privacy. When there’s limited access to exterior window space, they’re an obvious choice.

ericreinholdt
Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Practice: How to Pick the Right Drawing SoftwareJun 3, 2014

To select the software that’s right for you, I recommend starting by answering this question: “What’s the best way for me to channel my creative energies into a representation that someone can build from?” The answer will be different for all of us, but let’s briefly review a few of your options.It’s important to remember that drafting and design software, like anything else, is just a tool. And unless you’re willing to dust off the drafting board and break out the pounce (remember that stuff?), you’ll need a drawing tool in the form of CAD (computer-aided design) software to create your drawings in an efficient manner.CAD software can incite great passion among architects and designers. I understand just how personal a decision this is, because it’s used almost every single day. So my goal isn’t to endorse one tool over another. That would be the equivalent of my telling you to sketch using only an ultrafine-point black Sharpie when you prefer Sign Pens or crayons. This is really more of an overview or guide for navigating the choices. It’s up to you to decide which one best fits your work habits and your brand’s message.

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