The home office is an essential space nowadays as people of all different types of professions find themselves conducting business from their homes; this collection of funky workspaces focuses on the artistic amongst us who strive for a place to let the creativity flow.
Via Hybrido Studio 3D Artist and Model Maker studios require lots of ingenious shelving to fill with supplies, and cubby holes to display previous works and precious prototypes; make the most of awkward shaped walls with made-to-measure cabinetry to keep everything at hand and organized.
Via Wael Hamdi
Via Linda Gavin, Photographer
Workspace of National Geographic’s explorer Wade Davis. Design by: Travis Price Architects Shelves to the rafters will maximize storage for banks of archive files and extensive book libraries, consider the permanent installation of a library ladder to allow you to reach your back catalogue without standing on precarious stools and tables, or to save a trip to the shed for the DIY stepladder a couple of times a week!
Via Hirsch Bedner Associates
Via Alvhem Makleri Ideas boards or inspirational artwork in bright motivational colors adds character and purpose to rooms like these, mount busy pieces against a soothing neutral backdrop to promote calm and clarity in your creative zone.
Via ikea Places like these accumulate an awful lot of apparatus, and a great solution to make sense of the chaos, and retain an uncluttered floor space, is to install rails with hanging hooks which are perfect for suspending music equipment such as earphones, guitars and leads.