sooo..... gliders safe rooms are best if they are very glider safe. My spare bed room has windows covered with plastic chicken wire, same plastic netting foyer setup instead of bedroom door. So when I open door they can never be in the area and get hurt by door and can never sneak escape. the bedroom is free roam 24/7. the power outlets are covered with baby safe plugs. the ONLY 120 AC wire goes threw plastic PVC pipe and into closet. which is covered with plastic netting. inside closet is a TV. they have NO opportunity to chew any power wire, pee on anything with power. BUT they live in there unsupervised most of the time.
During day... your working they are sleeping. some noise I think would be fine.
ours started out in living room and they slept threw TV, kids, dogs bark etc. The lights being on in daytime in the room will help them sleep and keep proper schedule.
During night... your gaming lights low, they can roam and visit you and explore,
great. BUT all the AC power would worry me. your gaming, leave the room for bathroom, drink in kitchen, they start chewing power wire. they pee on monitor, keyboard, power outlets etc. so free roaming in an area with danger and your not
giving 100% attention. we started out in bathroom and kept close eye on them the whole time, worried about a climb to sink or jump over wood to toilet.
I think the office would be a great place, but if you let them out of cage, I think you would need to spent that time WITH them 100%, petting, holding, giving treats. I have 6 and usually after 1 hour of night time treats and exploring 5 go back to nap time in storage bin and only 1 or 2 will stay with me. I'll watch tv sometimes if one decides to sleep with me. SO.... in office at night you could let them out, treats, supervised then 1 hour later back in cage and back to gaming. If one goes in your shirt to sleep then you know they are safe, leave them there and gaming on.