More Floor Plans Accommodate Working from Home

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November 24, 2015

Before the industrial revolution, homes were almost universally designed to combine dwelling and workplace into one structure, Realtor.com reports. And the trend is coming back.

As more employees can work from home, several designers and developers have designed houses tailored for these telecommuters.

Realtor.com lists several “workhome” projects around the globe that have features to accommodate the stay-at-home worker, such as a soundproofed apartment in the Netherlands, or a factory and home under one roof in San Francisco.

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