Combining your home office and study is a great idea, especially if you’re living in a compact city apartment.

Photography by Bajirao Pawar, Styling by Shivani Ajmera

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Dual Function: Bring the office to your study

by Tasneem Merchant Oct 16, 2015

When setting up a home office, one often seeks to find a place that is quiet and away from the hubbub of the daily activities of the house. What better place to work from than the library or study?

Build a sanctum inspired by the meeting room in architects Sanjeev Panjabi and Sangeeta Merchant’s atelier in Mumbai. Glass walls serve as adequately soundproof dividers. Unlike a brick and mortar wall, glass provides some amount of fluidity to the divided area by providing an uninterrupted view. 

You can utilise an entire wall by turning it into a moodboard – pin up photographs from travels, client messages, reminders, even a road map of a current project. Not only does it liven up the place but it also adds a dash of colour and helps find method in the madness.

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Lamp from Chor Bazaar, Mumbai 

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