4 posts tagged Chicago
Anne and Steve Truppe’s Chicago workspace. Lots of character and well established for being in only a 900 sq. ft. apartment.
Reader James LaCroix of boutique design and development studio, LaCroix Design Co., submitted his personal super-sexy workspace comprised of many natural resources. Not only is James a highly skilled designer, but he’s also exceedingly in-tune with workspace principles that aid in delivering his best work. I could go on and on but James simply sums it up best:
I relocated to Chicago this past summer and used it as an opportunity to recreate the studio space. I wanted the space to reflect the experiences that we design while also creating an environment that complimented our process. A minimal and modern design eliminates distractions and fosters a more focused working environment. Meanwhile, a steady stream of natural light, wooden table tops and restored Douglas Fir floors brings an organic element into the space. Large open workspaces allow for working away from the computer for sketching and crafting solutions.
*I would give anything to have that flooring!
If you feel your desk would make a great addition to MinimalDesks, why not submit?
We use our desks for all sorts of things but one thing is clear. Rasidel Slika uses this desk to make music! He’s also an insane photographer. I urge you to visit his photography for a real treat here.
Maurice LaBonte’s Chicago timber loft workspace. He gives great advice regarding workspace creation and offers:
Best Advice: It has to work for you - carve out areas of task and relaxation - and make it work for your needs. Create a space that lures you in every day. A place that you feel is calm and quietly lets you in while making you at home.