workspaces

The Green Thumb Workspace

Did you know that plants make you happier and as much as 15% more productive at work? If that’s the case, the owner of today’s featured workspace must be very productive.


Sit Next To A Window At Work For Better Sleep At Night

Lack of sunlight could be harming your sleep cycle. A study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine shows a difference between the amount of sleep of window side and windowless workers.


The Architect's Dramatic, Artistic Workspace

On the desk, there’s the usual computer, books, some decorative figures . . . and a bowl of cucumbers.


The Sit-Or-Stand Open Shelving Workspace

Today’s featured workspace not only has lots of built-in organisation and a pleasant natural vibe, it’s also a flexible setup for transitioning between sitting or standing to work.


The Minimalist Loft Workspace

If you’re a fan of the “less is more” approach to interior design, you might appreciate this minimalist workspace setup.


The Organised Dorm Room Workspace

University dorms normally don’t give you a lot of space to play with, and with tight student budgets, many just end up with a mishmash of furniture haphazardly arranged. Flickr user lorby351′s room, however, is different.


The Flag-Filled Workspace

Flickr user Terry Landers sure likes flags… and monitors. His workspace is set up so there are screens and flags everywhere.


Can Workstations Work With Hot Desking?

In a hot desking environment, you grab the first available desk and either plug in your own laptop or log in on a standardised desktop. Can that approach be used if you need to use a more powerful workstation computer?


The Inspirational Workspace

Hang up some motivational posters and you’re not only decorating your office, you’re also encouraging yourself to be more productive every time you’re in that space. Hand lettering artist Sean McCabe’s workspace is a testimony to the power of words and design.


The Custom Mac Pro Workspace

Today’s featured workspace is a minimalist home office with one quirky feature: a carved spot on the walnut desk for the cylindrical Mac Pro computer.