The new section will feature different workspaces, from a home office in tiny corner, in the attic, or in the basement to interesting work places I can come across. The hope with “Workspace” is to hunt down and collect amazing modern space designs to inspire those interested on simple, flexible, and functional approach, providing new ideas on how to organize or redesign a current working area. And to show that a good technology experience isn’t just about having the latest gadget, but also having an amazing and unique space where to use them. In this very first featured, we have a small home office called Carroll Gardens Abode from CWB Architects. This small workspace features a beautiful and simple color scheme (black and white) on an open staircase platform with a mid-brown floating desk table, white bookshelf, black floor and a big window on the right-hand side to fill the room with abundant natural light, just at the right height for privacy.

This small workspace was part of a project of a two-family row house located in New York City that was renovated connecting the lower and upper floor together. If you have a workspace of your own to show off, share it here by sending an email at [email protected] using “featured workspace” in the subject line. Images must be at least 780×369 (you can send the images via attachment, but a hosted images in Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, etc., will be appreciated) and please include some text describing the space (e.g., the story behind the design, where the pieces came from, about the tech on the desk, etc. — you get the idea.). Source CWB Architects via Minimal Desks All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.