When you strive to produce great work, there are a lot of things that can affect it. It’s not just your skill level – it’s also (to an extent) the tools you use and the environment around you. Where you choose to work can greatly affect creative work. Personally, I find that working while surrounded by colourful, vibrant artwork helps to keep me creatively stimulated, but I know plenty of other people who prefer a more minimalist and clean approach to their working environment.
I wanted to bring together some examples of how designers have set up their workspaces, to get a glimpse into a world where creative thinkers and artists produce their best work. Hopefully this will give you some inspiration and get you thinking about how you can change your desk and office, and if you know of any examples (or would like to share your own setup), I’d love to hear about it in the comments.
Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4040828971/
Which of these designer workspaces do you like best? Have any inspired you to change your working environment? I’d love to hear what you’ve got to say in the comments!
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These are great! I thought I’d share mine.
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