Monday, October 1, 2012


A little-used living room is transformed into a professional office.

Glen Miller of G. A. Miller Architecture, PC
(Specialty: commercial design including small businesses and multi-unit franchises)

 Prior to this remodel, Glen rented space in a Class B office complex.  

In this mobile world of instant communication and mobile technology, Glen is able to retain clients all over the U.S. and Canada from his new full-service office from home.

The remodel paid for itself in a little over one year.

Crisp, clean lines and contrasting textures work well in this architect's office. 

Interior Design:
GA Miller Architecture worked in collaboration with
 Debora Souza IIDA
Think Work Interiors LLC

Mountain views and beautiful light streams into the office space.

Wall Street Journal Article: Step into Office-Less Company

Dry-stacked stone fireplace provides more texture and warmth.

Efficiently organized desk, computer, filing cabinets, printer, scanner and plotter.

Full service office

Maple mantel against stone fireplace.

Star gazing

Handsome fabric panels double as a display area and bulletin board 

Once again, this remodel paid for itself in a little over one year.


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