Spaces to get those creative juices flowing

Posted on Fri, 4 Sep 2009 by KiM

We’re all about inspiring creative and beautiful design here at DTI, and the website This Ain’t No Disco (it’s where we work) is a favourite of mine (see here and here). As both Jo and I work for our respective governments, we spend our weekdays in less-than-inspiring offices. This website always has me imagining being able to work in a space that isn’t filled with mismatched half-walls and industrial tacky carpet. Here are workspaces that would inspire the crap out of me. The first is the office of Pride & Glory Interactive, based in Poland (designed by Morpho Studio and photographed by Magdalena Pacana), and the second is Maycreate, based in Chattanooga Tennessee.

joanita says:

loving the black & white!

The plant is gorgeous in the first pictures, is that a ficus?

I just love the second place all I want is to have a go on the swing.

That yellow swing makes my heart sing! Also loving the wall of Panatone swatches…fabulous! While you have been renovating we've been building our abode, Birch Hill, it's been so helpful to check in on all your inspiring posts. Now as the decorating part goes on and on and on I'll be sure to keep visiting.

The photography is fabulous with such interesting decorating models.

casapinka says:

A swing in my house is one of my life's goals. The happy yellow is the best.

Love the bathroom in the second office!

emjay says:

looking at those beautiful, light-filled rooms makes me even more depressed about my south-facing apartment with no sun light! MUST get skylights installed…. 😉

Lauren says:

I love the lavender/gray neutral color palette!
I have a great deal of respect for employers who prioritize beautiful design.
In February, World of Interiors featured the office space of an Austrian event planning firm. I wrote a post about it a while back, and I've been dreaming about it ever since! Oh, what an office!!!

I love the black and white! Classy

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