workspaces

Google Hungary Has A Meeting Room That Looks Like A Sauna

Google’s Australian office is pretty funky, but it doesn’t have one thing the company’s new Budapest office does: a unifying aquatic theme. From water polo references to floors that look like swimming pools, it’s a groovy-and–looking environment.


The International Space Station Workspace

How’s this for a unique workspace? This is where ISS astronauts get things done.


The DIY Clutter-Free Photo Editing Workspace

London-based portrait photographer Tom Barnes has built himself one impressive, massive desk. It’s as functional and clutter-free as it is unique.


The Real Bletchley Park, Where Alan Turing Worked [Gallery]

Interest in cryptographic pioneer Alan Turing has seen a resurgence via the movie The Imitation Game about his life. To mark its recent release, here are some pictures of Bletchley Park, where Turing worked as part of the UK Government Code & Cypher School team.


The 'Perfect' GTD Desk

RestartGTD’s Bill Meade obviously thinks a lot about GTD (Getting Things Done), and so his workspace has been adjusted and updated over the years for the most productive workflow. This is the latest iteration.


How To Set Up Triple Monitors For Super-Widescreen Gaming

Using more than two monitors used to be a luxury for those with the biggest PC-building budgets. These days, large, high-resolution displays are affordable, and graphics cards are more powerful than ever. If the thought of gaming (or working) on three displays at once entices you, here’s how to make it happen.


The Woodsy Workspace

Scenic wallpaper always seemed sort of hokey to me, but this workspace suggests that a strategic use of a mural in a small space could really transform a room.


The Mid-Century Modern Workspace

Reader H D loves technology, but also loves that mid-centry modern aesthetic — so his workspace features both.


The Airbnb Call Centre Does Not Look Like A Call Centre

Think “call centre” and you usually think long hours in drab cubicles. The call centre for Airbnb is nothing like that — there are shared desks and lots of meeting areas.


Wrist Rests Are For Your Palms, Not Your Wrists

Think wrist rests are supposed to support your wrists while typing? Ergonomics experts caution that using this accessory can actually increase stress on your wrists and possibly lead to developing carpal tunnel syndrome. Yikes.