Aubrey’s excellent workspace.
Links to my thangs:
Grovemade Monitor Stand
Grovemade pen cup
TwelveSouth Hi-Rise iPhone/iPad Mini Stands
CB2 Bruno Lamp Discontinued
Bose Soundlink Mini
Bose QC15 Headphones
Herman Miller Mirra Chair
LaCie USB 3.0 / 3TB Porsche Design HD
Plants from IKEA
Desk - Custom built
Headphone Hook link coming soon
Same Apple stuff all ya’ll got.
On the walls:
• 1 of 1 Jett Johnson original :)
• 55 Hi’s Retro Radio Limited Run Green 149 of 150
• @Marc Hemeon Wave No. 15
• Tycho Boulder Lithograph
• @Ryan Putnam 2 of 100 Collection Series McFly Gear 1985 not yet hung
Collin Henderson is a Toronto based front-end developer and designer, and this is his workspace.
This is my new workspace! I’m a web developer in Toronto, Canada, and when I’m not in the office downtown, this is where I get things done. It’s almost entirely from Ikea. The big computer is a 3.2Ghz quad core i5 27” iMac, and the laptop is my personal 13” retina MacBook Pro.
More great reader workspace submissions. This one by Ricardo Fernandes.
Here’s my work corner. I’m an Architecture student working on my Masters Dissertation. (That’s why the desk is so immaculate)
I also compose music in my spare time.
Macbook Pro 17”
IKEA MELLTORP dining table
IKEA TERTIAL desk lamp
Wooden chair taken from trash
Edirol UA-20 external sound card
Novation Remote 49LE keyboard
Used Sanyo hifi bought for 20€
Sanyo TP B2 turntable
White painted cork board on the wall
Reader Futuraself’s contribution.
My desk setup draws inspiration from the minimal designs and pastels popular in Japan.
I do big stuff like 3D modeling and design on the Macbook Pro, and I use the Surface Pro 3 for studying, browsing, and light gaming. Climbing Mt Fuji is the coolest thing I’ve ever done so it’s featured as my Mac wallpaper (left) and I plan to work for NASA one day so their photo of the day is my Surface wallpaper (right). I collect coffee mugs, and this one is one of my favorites.
furniture and accessories from IKEA
NERV mug from Kotobukiya
pastel highlighters & notebooks from Yodobashi Camera