workspace

[wawrk-speys]
noun
space used or required for one's work, as in an office or home.

Origin:
1955–60; work + space

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Example sentences
His small workspace is further closed in by heavy blue curtains, hung to block
  out unnecessary light.
Creating an integrated workspace that is centered around the user's needs and
  informed by the capabilities of the device in use.
If you are the type of writer that is comfortable in a disorganized, cluttered
  workspace, that's great.
Practical advice: post reminders around your workspace.
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