Howard Perlman, AIA
Perlman Architects of Arizona
You don’t have to work at your kitchen table anymore!
Due to the internet and the economy, millions of people today, from accountants to interior designers are working out of their homes. We believe that in the right home, you can work just as efficiently as you could in your downtown office, without sacrificing the sanctity of your home. Read more.
Home Office Tour-HGTV
Super fan Gail gives a tour of the home office of the 2010 HGTV Dream Home. This video is part of HGTV Dream Home 2010 show hosted by Gail Fenton. “…great office with Dual Front Doors and a view of people coming to visit…”
How To Be a Stay-at-Home Dad
Being a father who stays home with the kids can be a great choice for the whole family — but you need to know what you’re getting into.
Working Mothers: When Telecommuting Makes Sense
Interview with Kathy Murdock, AllBusiness.com’s Working Mothers advisor.
Home Office: Do Not Disturb
Another of the ongoing myths placed on modern humans is that it’s great to work at home.
•2,620 SF appr. Primary Residence
•560 SF appr. Studio/Office Lock-Off
•3,180 SF appr. Total Livable
•Large Great Room and Dining Area
•3 large Bedrooms upstairs
•Loft/opt Bedroom 4
•Huge Master Walk-In Closet, Balcony
•Large second floor Utility Room
•First Floor, Triple Entry
•Front and Side Yard View
•Opt Bathroom, Opt Kitchenette
More Americans Working From Home, Robert Longley, About.Com, 1/28/2011
““The number of Americans working out of their homes increased from about 9.5 million in 1999 to about 11.3 million in 2005, half of them making at least $75,000 a year, according to a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau…” Read more..
How Working at Home can Yield a Healthy Lifestyle, International Business Times, Oct 8 2010
“…Your entire home cannot be your work space and your work space cannot be your home. Dedicate a room…where you work. This will help your brain feel like you’ve arrived at or left work.”. Read more.
Life Hacker (lifehacker.com), Finally, a Proper Study to Scientifically Show Telecommuting is More Productive, by Jason Chen, 11/14/2011
“…a Stanford University study used a Chinese travel agency with over 12,000 employees as its base, and concluded that working remotely actually does noticeably increase performance.” Read more.
27 Work-from-Home Advantages and Why I’ll Never Go Back, Aug 8, 2009
“…I get to make dinner for my kids every night and not have to worry about making it home on time…” Read more.