Bright yellow and purple paints were used to add some vibrancy to the workstation beneath the stairs at this three-unit family compound in Queens.
Located in a former factory, this gracious Brooklyn loft contains a wall of cabinets that leads to a mezzanine space. Underneath, a tiny office has been tucked into an empty space.
The residents of this finely textured Australian duplex maximized space by siting a workspace and storage under the stairs.
An addition at a 1920s bungalow in Austin includes a full upstairs office, as well as a petite desk stowed beneath the stairs. The Eames chair is a hand-me-down from the resident's father.
Under the stairs that lead to the roof at this spacious Brooklyn apartment, architect Sarah Zames was able to carve out a small office for the residents.