These ingenious workspaces are slotted into closets, corners, even under the stairs.
Above: A workspace tucked next to a stairwell by Australia-based Rob Kennon Architects.
Above: A tiny workspace in a 500-square-foot trailer owned by Los Angeles art agent Sofie Howard, via Dwell.
Above: A minimal work area in a remodel by Czech firm Oooox.
Above: A couple of shelves inserted in an unused corner create an instant workspace in a Stockholm apartment, via My Scandinavian Home.
Above: A desk tucked into a closet, via Mi Casa.
Above: An under-the-stairs workspace from a project by Oliver Freundlich, in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill. (See the rest of the duplex at Architecture as Alchemy.) Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.
Above: A window desk in an apartment in Denmark via Lowe Home.
Above: In Dagmar Daley and Zak Conway’s San Francisco Victorian, a shelving unit of their own design features a sliding panel to conceal the desk area. See more of the design at The Disappearing Office. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.
Looking for ingenious solutions for tight quarters? See our Image Gallery and our archive of Small-Space Living posts. On Gardenista, have a look at a Garage Turned Studio Apartment and A Tiny Backyard Studio on Wheels.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on March 15, 2014, as part of our Working It issue.