Re_on has a gorgeous, huge window with a lovely view...so he set up his workspace right in front of it. It's beautiful, simple, and despite the lack of curtains, not a bad place to work. Let's check out some more photos.
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Taengo0 loves their headphones, and this silver, dual-display workspace alongside three pairs of really good headphones is proof positive. The whole setup is clean and good looking, but those headphones are the star of the show (although the PC over there looks beautiful too.
Redditor Chuckles17 just finished setting up his workspace, and the end result looks great. Check out this short video tour above, and some more photos of the triple-monitor setup — and a second workspace off to the left — below.
Redditor chinatownrocks just built their first PC, and put together their first workspace! You wouldn't know it by looking at these photos though — everything just works, and it's a great package to inspire your own space. Here are some more photos.
We've featured workspaces in small spaces before, but reader Edrei's space is impressively small, but simultaneously has a ton of great gear in it. Three monitors, an adjustable mousepad and writing surface, and even some bias and keyboard lighting — it's all in there, somehow. Here are some more photos.
Redditor musaffa1 wanted a space where the whole family could spend some time together, and the family that games and works together is a family who stays together. He came up with this family-wide workspace, and it looks great.
Redditor ksmithbaylor built this gorgeous butcher block and steel pipe workstation, and we love it. Sure, it's spacious and clean, but hats off to the DIY spirit, and for making it all work, work well, and look good. Here are some more photos of the finished setup.
Alex's workspace is notable not just because he has a great-looking ultrawide and a spacious desk, but also because everything's wall-mounted. The display is mounted to a partition wall the cables are run behind, there's bias lighting everywhere, and yes, his PC is mounted to the wall too, in an acrylic case no less.
Reader Alan is going into surgery soon (best wishes for a speedy recovery!) and wanted a workspace that he could use comfortably while he was out of commission and recovering, but still effective enough to get some work done and do a little gaming. Here's what he came up with, complete with a quick video tour.
lorby351's workspace is tucked into the side of the living room, but that doesn't mean it's not sharp, well organised, and perfect for settling in to get some real work — or play — done. Here are some more photos.
We've been on a kick highlighting simple, clean workspaces these past few weeks, and this one is no exception. Sure, there's room to spread out and work, but the actual computer setup itself is nice, minimal, and pays tribute to one of our favourite franchises. Just check out the posters — and these additional photos.
Redditor silenc3x has a rather unique workspace. It takes up one corner of this beautiful sunroom, and it's covered in plants and greenery that look especially beautiful at night, but are no slouch in the day. He calls it his "jungle battlestation," and we love it.
It's not often I see triple monitor setups that actually look sharp — I mean really sharp — and this one fits the bill. Over at the battlestations subreddit, Evexium shares this workspace, packed with three displays mounted to the wall, and great cable management.
We've seen a lot of workspaces with great audio gear in them, but redditor huy- has an interesting collection of good, solid, consumer gear meant to give him the best possible listening experience without being crazy or over the top. Here's a look at his workspace.
"Electricity is sexy and very exciting!" Jessica Venning-Bryan, general manager for brand for Flick Electric Co, said. Flick is a start-up that's shaking up the power business in New Zealand. Now, I'd say for most people, the idea of an electricity company doesn't exactly match up with words like "sexy" and "exciting". But just like how Flick is changing the way consumers consume energy, it's also turning the stilted corporate culture associated with big power companies on its head. Their vibrant office is a reflection of that and in this week's Workspace, we will be exploring Flick's base of operating in Wellington.