Dennis loves tech, loves making music, and of course, loves the medieval props he keeps around his desk, like that dragon on his case and the horn in front of his monitors. His workspace is sharp, simple, and well organized without being over the top.
Carolina really loves Star Wars, and we can’t blame her. We also can’t blame her for this stunning white and black workspace, packed with thematically-appropriate figures, toys, and a few other surprises, as well as just being full of solid tech.
It might look huge at first, what with the sheer amount of gear in the shot, but Adam is a college student, and this is his room. Some smart use of vertical space and you have a nook that’s perfect for work and play.
One monitor dedicated to music, and another completely for getting things done? We can get along with that idea. Jan Smedemark submitted this sharp but practical workspace, and as fellow music lovers, we appreciate his priorities.
I’m not sure if Flickr user Jason T. Lewis is a gamer. But I’m pretty sure he’s a gamer, judging by the red bias lighting, the desktop wallpaper, and the battlestation gear.
Each week, we showcase what’s in other people’s everyday carry bags as well others’ workspace setups. Take a look back at your favorite ones from this year.
The art-filled workspace above looks like it could be in anyone’s home, but it’s actually an office workspace. It’s part of Airbnb’s San Francisco headquarters.
Today’s featured workspace is one part battlestation and one part productive home office. Altogether, it’s an impressive setup with lots of gadgets to appreciate.
A large L-shaped desk, propped up by what looks to be a massive tree branch. It’s a perfectly natural, rustic-looking workspace for two.
Bitcookie is a Web Design and Internet Marketing Studio in Asheville, North Carolina. For their office, founder Brent Hartmann wanted a simple monochrome look.
Nothing fancy going on in this clean, light-filled studio—oh, except for all that equipment and that huge DIYed desk.
Kip Tindell, founder and CEO of The Container Store, has a workspace that unsurprisingly features lots of organization products, from shelving systems to colorful wall corkboards to matching file and magazine boxes.
Getting Things Done (GTD) guru David Allen knows a thing or two about working efficiently and productively. That’s why we can’t help peeking at his workspace setup, which has a refreshing mix of analog and digital tools.
Ugmonk, a family-based business started by designer Jeff Sheldon, creates things like leather mousepads, typographic prints, and graphic t-shirts. So as you might expect, Sheldon’s home studio is visually pleasing.
A hallway can be a great spot for a workspace, as long as it’s wide and bright enough, as today’s featured workspace definitely is.
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Today’s featured workspace is a wood shop which manages to combine a “girly” pink accent wall color with sharp-looking, powerful tools.
Planks of wood from pallets and a solid 10-foot wide desk make this home office unique without ruining the minimalist vibe.