A Home Office Was Made Possible By Building A Desk Along A Wall Of Windows Inside This House

A Home Office Was Made Possible By Building A Desk Along A Wall Of Windows Inside This House

Designed as a collaboration between two architects, Joe Sadoski and Kipp Edick, this modern house has a dedicated home office where a desk was cleverly located along a wall of windows.

The home office, which is located in a hallway connecting two different areas, is lined with floor-to-ceiling windows, creating an abundance of natural light.

A modern home office located in a hallway that's lined with floor-to-ceiling windows.

The home office is furnished with a long wall-to-wall wood desk that has views of a small outdoor space, while behind the desk, is a wall of bookshelves and cabinetry.

A modern home office with a custom desk and shelving, that's located in a hallway lined with floor-to-ceiling windows.

The home office is just one key element found in the net-zero Salt Lake City house. Other details include open plan social areas, a staircase with a long skylight, walls of windows, concrete floors, minimalist kitchen cabinets, and a garage with blended folding doors.

Let’s take a look around…

A modern cedar clad home with walls of glass.A modern cedar clad home with a glass wall.A modern cedar clad home with a black front door.A modern cedar clad home with a black front door and long hallway.

A modern home with a long hallway, floor-to-ceiling windows, and concrete floors.A modern home with a long hallway, floor-to-ceiling windows, and concrete floors.An open plan living room and dining room with a wall of windows.An open plan living room and dining room with a wall of windows.A modern kitchen with minimalist wood cabinets.A modern staircase with metal handrail and skylights.A modern staircase with metal handrail and skylights.

A modern home interior.A modern bedroom with a skylight.A modern cedar clad house with a matching garage that has hidden doors.A modern cedar clad house with a matching garage that has hidden doors.

Photography by Lara Swimmer

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