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?

Thursday, May 31, 2012

They say there's always magic in the air...

New York is expensive - one thin dime won't even shine your shoes. Poor creative types are always striving to live there - if you can make it there, you'll make it anywhere. Here's just such an architect, managing nicely in less space than it takes to park a Mini Cooper.
Admittedly, we'd rather have a bit more room than this, but applaud Luke for making it so.

Architects used to require layout space for plans that would eclipse this apartment size. The advance of laptop computers allows Luke to work where he lives, on the smallest of table tops.

You can see more (though there's not much more to see) by going here-
Luke Tyler's 78 Square Foot NYC Apartment


  1. Bless your heart for working in such a small space...a very small space! :)

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