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Reader Andrea De la Torre from Chicago, IL shares his desk with us.
Here is my desk, the place where I dream and create. My favorite way to design is listening to jazz or house music. When I have an idea I write it on a post it note and stick it on the wall, it is filled with new project ideas, and goals. I am a graphic designer, so most of what I do at my desk is design. But one of my greatest passions in life is traveling, so I do a lot of my travel planning here too. I move a lot so I’ve been through a lot of desks, but every time I strive to create a space that feels organized, unique, and inspiring. It wouldn’t be my desk without my post its, my lamp, my vintage calendar, and some of my designs or photographs.
List of items:
Foldable chair with blue cushion from Ikea
Vintage Calendar from Guanajuato, Mexico
Black Desk Lamp from Office Max
Black Boxes from Ikea
#6 sign from Chicago blue line
Poster designed by me
Photograph on clip board taken by me
Set of rulers, angles and french curves designed by Sky White
Submission by utelatzke
My minimal desk/workspace in my flat. I am a freelancer (texter and artist) and my place is combination of living and office.
Eduardo Parra’s submitted workplace in Minima Studio.
Reader workspace submission by Tamas.
- TRÅL work lamp (IKEA)
- MICKE Desk (IKEA)
- iPad 4 / Ozaki iCoat
- iMac 2011
- iPhone 5
- Welly / 2010 Aston Martin V12 Vantage
- Books: Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson,
The presentation secret’s of Steve Job by Carmine Gallo
Practical guide to Information Architecture by Donna Spencer
HTML5 byMark Pilgrim
The Samshingbook #2
Hardboiled webdesign by Andy Clarke
The Icon Handbook by Jon Hicks
100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People by Susan M.Weinschenk
Stuckindigital submitted his workspace.
Reader Danny’s submitted workspace.
Our partners desk:
2x Eames Soft Pad Chairs
2x MacBook Pros
Dell & Lenovo Monitors
Desk is made up of Ikea parts.
We work from home often, so we needed a desk that would seat two comfortably and allow us enough room to work at the same time without bothering one another.