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Sexy workspace submission by Stefan!

I just wall mounted my iMac. I thought you might like it! ;)
Description: I am located in Amsterdam and currently doing my Masters (almost finished). I don’t do anything computer intense but I love having a clean but tasteful, minimal desk. It helps me to clear my sometimes cluttered mind. I love being close to windows since, especially in a city, it’s important to have a sense of nature. 

Sexy workspace submission by Stefan!

I just wall mounted my iMac. I thought you might like it! ;)

Description: I am located in Amsterdam and currently doing my Masters (almost finished). I don’t do anything computer intense but I love having a clean but tasteful, minimal desk. It helps me to clear my sometimes cluttered mind. I love being close to windows since, especially in a city, it’s important to have a sense of nature. 

Andres Rodriquez from Bogotá, Colombia sharing his workspace.

One iMac 23 inch, 2 Ms16 Behringer speakers, one Philips phone, one Western Digital 1T hard drive, an iPad and one Toshiba white TV.
I’m a web designer and photographer, this is my home desktop, I use this setup to create websites, edit photographs and manage social networks for clients. I live in Bogotá, Colombia.

Andres Rodriquez from Bogotá, Colombia sharing his workspace.

One iMac 23 inch, 2 Ms16 Behringer speakers, one Philips phone, one Western Digital 1T hard drive, an iPad and one Toshiba white TV.

I’m a web designer and photographer, this is my home desktop, I use this setup to create websites, edit photographs and manage social networks for clients. I live in Bogotá, Colombia.

Reader Anchorose shares her desk.

I’m a design and photography student and have always wanted a really large study space. I wanted a height that I could stand at to draw but also to sit and work on my computer. The legs are adjustable horses from IKEA and the door is scrap I found at the back of my friend’s house. I’d been looking for a vintage articulating lamp for a while and was giving this by my Mum’s partner, who used it when he studied all those years ago.  

Reader Anchorose shares her desk.

I’m a design and photography student and have always wanted a really large study space. I wanted a height that I could stand at to draw but also to sit and work on my computer. The legs are adjustable horses from IKEA and the door is scrap I found at the back of my friend’s house. I’d been looking for a vintage articulating lamp for a while and was giving this by my Mum’s partner, who used it when he studied all those years ago.  


I keep my office right in my sunny living room. In front of my largest window with a view. We don’t watch TV anyhow, so having my Mac in the room provides off hours entertainment as well. My aesthetic is mid-century modern with a twist. I am currently using a (now discontinued) Herman Miller Desk and a Saarinen Tulip chair. I had a custom credenza made for files and assorted work items by Speke Klein.

I keep my office right in my sunny living room. In front of my largest window with a view. We don’t watch TV anyhow, so having my Mac in the room provides off hours entertainment as well. My aesthetic is mid-century modern with a twist. I am currently using a (now discontinued) Herman Miller Desk and a Saarinen Tulip chair. I had a custom credenza made for files and assorted work items by Speke Klein.