Some of us work in cubicle city. Some work from home. Some work outside and some don’t work at all. Here’s nine interesting workspaces I’ve found on the interweb…
1) Stefan Didak’s Home Office
Wow. Just check out all those screens. The room itself is a bit small, but it still looks sick. Check out his website to find LOTS more info on what’s going on in his home office.
2) Mitch Haile’s Home Office
This guy works The Matrix from his attic. Or something to do with multi-user software. Same thing. Check out his home office FAQ for more pics and info. Niiiice.
3) South Hall Office, Obi Bowman House
Here’s an example in direct contrast to the previous set-ups. No need for fancy equipment if you have a location like this. Beautiful.
4) The Noir Cubicle
Not so amazing at first glance, but check this post from lifehacker to see what the cubicle looked like before it’s facelift.
It used to be a dusty, junk-ridden garage belonging to an avid quilter. Then some friends came along and decided to help out with some tidying up and voila! Quilter’s Paradise was born!
6) Unidentified Floating Desk
Another workspace I found featured on lifehacker, the Unidentified Floating Desk uses IKEA products to bring some life to what would normally just be a desk with a PC.
7) Nancy Cartwright’s Bedroom Desk
I’m not particularly fond of the colours and the furniture, but hey it’s the workspace of The Voice of Bart Simpson!
8) Espace Mobile Prefab Home Office
The cool thing about this space is that it’s inside a shipping container. Fully customisable and with a 3-year warranty, these prefab homes go for between 55000 and 95000 Euro.
9) Where We Do What We Do
Not an individual entry, but an awesome collection of images of workspaces from around the world. Check it out!