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Live work - Integrated workspaces
Written by richart khalil   

New paperless office technology – such as laptops, personal digital assistants (PDA) and mobile phone – means that you can work anywhere you want, in theory; in bed, living room or in a local café. In practice, however, it is essential to design a workspace that suits your job needs, because you will need it for any kind of serious endeavor.

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Search within your home for areas that are currently under-used, such as a spare room. All you have to do is stake a claim and fit it out accordingly.
If space is not easily found, you may be forced to set up a workspace within a bedroom, living area or the kitchen. It will be disruptive and counter-productive most of the time but you will get the peace and quiet you need during working hours if the rest of the household is at work or school.

L shape officeYour workstation can be placed in the space with little visual distinction, or you can maintain a proper separation of home life and work life by opting for a built-in arrangement or by constructing some form of light partitions.

Hallways, landing or understairs spaces present highly practical options for siting a workspace, but you must be aware to the distractions of people passing. These spaces can also be useful as storage areas for files, office supplies and working libraries.

Wherever you choose a space in your home make sure that it is ergonomic and efficient.

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