Workspaces that Inspire Creativity

Everyone works differently. You may work best in a slightly chilly room in the morning. Or you may work best in a warm atrium. You may work better alone in your room or in a bustling coffee shop. It doesn’t matter where you like to work. What matters is finding the place that works best for you.

BuzzFeed has posted pictures of the workspaces of forty famously creative people including Hemingway, Virginia Woolf, and Picasso. See the full post at BuzzFeed. A few of my favorites are below:

E.B. White

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Willem de Kooning

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Nigella Lawson

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John Lennon & Yoko Ono



Will Self

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