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This Ain't No Disco (it's where we work)

I happened upon the website This Ain't No Disco (it's where we work) the other day while googling for blog material. It showcases some of the best agency (advertising, media, music, technology etc.) interiors in the world. It was so much fun to see the creative environments where people work. Because I work for the government I'm stuck in a cubicle with green walls and blue industrial carpeting and a cream desktop. It's gross. I've been wanting to decorate it lately and when I have a permanent office in a couple months I'm SOOOO going to pimp it out. This site is so inspirational to get me to actually do something about the space I have to deal with 8.5 hours a day. I hope this inspires others out there stuck in a cubicle or equally horrible office to go nuts and make the space your own.

Reader Comments (7)

these are great! they must help to create an inspiring work environment that fosters creativity.

5 Aug 2008 | Unregistered Commenterkay*

Great spaces! Do you know where those amber pendant lights came from? I've seen them elsewhere, as well...

5 Aug 2008 | Unregistered CommenterErin

I have to stay away from this website or I'll be crying over my current government office :)

5 Aug 2008 | Unregistered Commentermidcenturyjo

Erin - try the Icon pendant

5 Aug 2008 | Unregistered Commenterkim.

And even has a cat in the office!
I think I could get some work done in these offices!

5 Aug 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCamilla

Thanks for the mention Kim. ;)

Good luck with the cubicle makeover!

I'm crying in my government office too. I've tried livening up my space by putting in personal touches and printouts of illustrations I like but it's just not enough. I need a big splash of colour.

6 Aug 2008 | Unregistered Commentersidewise

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