How do I love The Complete Home Office by Alvin Rosenbaum? Let me count the ways. It’s taught me a significant number of features to look for while evaluating the physical and technological functionality of my Casual Uncluttering LLC clients’ offices, so much so that I may carry it with me when that’s the project. It’s prompted me to consider my own office with the same criteria. It’s given me a solid understanding of the societal and economic impetuses pushing workers’ migration to home offices. And bonus, it is also a visually lush montage of furniture and decorative images in a wide array of instructive configurations.
Home Office‘s publication date is 1995, so the discussion of actual technology is outdated, and it would be fascinating to learn how mature the current (2020) migration trends are. This was another of my library thrift shop gems, and definitely a lucky find.