Halo HouseScandinavian Home Office, Melbourne

This is an example of a small scandinavian study room in Melbourne with white walls, concrete floors, no fireplace, a built-in desk and grey floor. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Julia Fairley added this to Design After Covid-19: What Are Our New Needs?23 September 2020

A resilient interiorFinally, the current climate of anxiety has reinforced our need for security and resilience. “People are at home all the time and use their products constantly. Confidence in these products is therefore key,” says Mize. We are speaking about reliable objects that are fire-resistant or even able to survive catastrophes, as well as items that are generally resilient against daily wear and tear – in contrast to the past few decades, when products were not necessarily made to last. Of course, on top of the pandemic we are also witnessing an environmental crisis. What we should seek out more than anything are solutions that save the planet and have little or no impact on the environment, notably by placing new value on the local.

Georgia Madden added this to 24 Big Ideas for Compact Homes11 March 2020

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Vanessa Walker added this to 15 Ideas for Small Nooks and Crannies in Your Home26 January 2020

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What Houzzers are commenting on:

catherine quinn added this to Home Office for Catherine2 November 2021

lacks storage but still very pretty

Alex Welch added this to 2522 Hooker13 October 2021

no thanks, don't want an Asian kid in my background. Confusing

Sarah K added this to Study19 June 2021

Double shelf to make study nook.

Louie added this to Study Nook31 May 2021

simple desk with small shelf above.

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