around the HOUSE. The Home Office, Designed for All

April 2011
PN;Apr2011, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p29
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the design and construction of a home office. TeleworkResearchNetwork.com states that 2.5 million people consider their home as their primary place of business in 2008. It mentions that the home office is the most important room in the house, especially for people with special needs. Moreover, several things that should be considered in the design and construction of a home office, which include location, lighting and safety, are discussed.


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