Home office

A serene study which looks onto the landscape

With floor-to-ceiling glazing, our living room looks onto the garden; this space is ideal for setting up a study, where you can concentrate and work in peace and quiet.

Home office

A teenager’s study inspired by pop-culture

Your teen’s room gets a total makeover: books stacked on the floor, bold prints, urban murals and a desk made from a wooden plank supported by two trestles.

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A home office outlined by a carpet

Set aside a corner of your living room or bedroom for a home office and furnish it with two basics: a small writing desk and an armchair.

Home office

A wall-to-wall study fit for two

Wall-to-wall desk and two simple shelves; this idea is for an extremely functional study “fit-for-two”, which also opens onto the living room.

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A mini home office next to the staircase

It all fits next to your staircase: a corner desk in lieu of an old chest of drawers and a chair, which in reality looks more like an armchair. And not much else is needed...

Home office

This kids’ study room recalls an old schoolroom

An extra-large chalkboard paired up with gigantic lettering; this instantly brings back memories (sweat or sour as the case may be) of the first day of school.

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A corner desk frames our new study area

An L-shaped desk, which runs along a side wall and a few essential accessories: this is how you can turn your windowsill in a study full of natural light.