WORK. It's what we do, what we obsess over, celebrate, complain about, get paid for. We may call it Art, but it's still work. Particularly for creative types, where we do our work must have something to do with how it turns out, for better or worse - yet we rarely get to see behind the curtain.

We would like you to share something about your special place where creativity blooms. So where do you work?

Monday, March 14, 2011

Workplaces for non-workers

A growing number of my friends and acquaintances do not, strictly speaking, "work." Some are retired after a long, steady slog, perhaps the last generation to enjoy a pension. And some never really got the hang of 9-to-5 living. A common thread among them is a fierce dedication to all things bicycle.

My buddy Geno sends this image of the cyclist's workstation, invented by Store MUU in Japan. The high-design concept would provide public furniture that becomes a desk or cafe table with the introduction of your bicycle, doubling as secure bike parking. Why not?

Java Geno is a former city planner, avid cyclist, hiker and accomplished blogger.

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