With working from home likely to be the norm, here's how you can create effective home offices

Interior designer Yen Ng of The Interior Lab created a home office in a four-room resale Cantonment Close Housing Board flat with half-height glass for a sense of a visually connected space. PHOTO: THE INTERIOR LAB
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SINGAPORE - As Singapore goes into high alert to deal with the coronavirus outbreak originating from Wuhan in China, quarantines and working from home may soon be the new normal.

How do you create a home office on the fly that allows you to be connected yet focused?

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