The work from home needs a change, and we agree that working with a separated from your office is safer now, at least for some time. Therefore, we found four perfect destination offices, or workspaces away from home, that widens your horizon, evokes your mind, and have enough space to develop new skills, thoughts and boost creativity.
Take the beginning of the year for a Work Get Away from your usual surrounding and enjoy the freedom and excursion of a place you haven’t been before.
An 18th-century ski chalet tucked into an Alpine valley on a road to the region’s top ski resorts, this picturesque historic structure stands tall and handsome in the tiny hamlet of La Masure.
The idyllic French mountain village without car traffic, making it all the more picturesque and sought after on the authentic skiers’ circuit.
This vacation home for rent in France is located on the road to half a dozen of the top ski resorts in the French Alps, including iconic Val d’Isere and hip Tignes. Other stations—Sainte Foy, Les Arcs, and La Rosière—offer closer options to explore, and the opportunity to ski between stations or even into Italy.
Find cool and chic scandi design. This is a luxurious addition to the moody and serene Scottish landscape. It was selected as one of “The best holiday homes to rent in the UK” by Condé Nast Traveller.
Its interiors earn their design-editorial clout in manifold ways: from the muted colour palette to a minimalist fireplace and fuzzy throws draped all around.
Situated at the base of mount Hafnarfjall right along the shores of the Snaefellsnes peninsula, this traditional timber house was built in the authentic 18th-19th century style of country houses of the region and gets the tone and style just right. Just north of Reykjavik on the western side of the island, you are situated in a diverse and peaceful landscape of fjords and volcanic peaks along with vast stretches of rugged coast and sea cliffs in a rare and ancient forest from the time of the first settlers.
Built entirely of timber, the country cottage is painted in a deep black pitch originally derived from natural tar to withstand the elements. The simple clapboard silhouette is dwarfed by the amazing mountains in the background and matches its environment perfectly.
Although expressly contemporary in design, there’s still a nice traditional Alpine vibe here that makes it a rustic wilderness retreat. Perched high above the valley floor in the pristine Hohen Tauern nature preserve, these two apartments are part of a larger installation designed by Munich based architect Andreas Meck. Immersed in nature but with warm contemporary style and modern comforts, this home will be your private sky-high retreat.
Simple and stylish, the two-story two-unit home features two separate apartments that can be rented together or separately each complete with private bedrooms and baths with a full kitchen upstairs and a kitchenette on the ground floor.
Concrete, pale wood, and light filled interiors are stylish but understated for a sense of relaxed living while the south facing windows capture the amazing views and the maximum amount of sunlight. Warm and inviting, this is your Alpine getaway.