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New York, NY, December 16, 2021 –(PR.com)– As 2021 winds down, Archetype Architects (NYC) sat down to preview the trends and designs they continue to see evolving into the new year. In this post COVID world, their clients continue to have the desire to make their space multifunctional for work-from-home reasons as well as creating more living areas. And they are getting creative about it.

Archetype designer Alex Tamzrian is transforming small areas of their client’s homes into offices that serve double as a second guest room or living room. She recommends, “If you have a narrow hallway or an alcove, you can consider transforming it into a home office with built-ins to keep a small space tidy.”

“Some of the best results I’ve seen us produce are workspaces that can tuck away into built-ins and millwork,” adds Archetype designer Omar Khafila. “Life balance is important. Being able to hide your desk or laptop stand away after the…

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