Where do you work on your projects?
Mainly at my studio at home, but sometimes in the studios where I work as a consultant.
At work in the studio, occasionally at home.
I work at home. I draw on the dining room table and I have a print shop/paint studio in my basement (under construction at the moment).
I have a little studio at CalArts. I work in a little room with a little table and lots of books. And all my archives.
I’d love to say something exciting here, but the real answer is: at my desk.
My home office.
We work in our studio; since a couple of years, we have a really nice space, in the west of Amsterdam. Before that, we were working from Marieke’s living room (in the east of Amsterdam), which was also a very good place to work from.
At our office.
Flip Flop Flyin
In the spare room in my apartment.
Always and never.
Everywhere I go.
I had my own ad agencies for 40 years and worked in beautifully designed work spaces. Since 2000, when I supposedly retired, I work full time on projects with my son Luke, a superb computer graphics designer and photographer.
Here and there and everywhere. We have a studio about half an hour driving distance from my house. I also do lots of work at home, and my sketchbook never rests.
Mainly in my studio in the flat and I have 3 desk system like the Star Ship Enterprise “Make it so”. I also draw on rubbish in the streets and that is always an adventure as you never know what’s around the corner but usually it’s more rubbish.
I work on projects at Landor, all the rooms in my house, while laying in bed and while in the shower.
Either at my desk (in an office) or at home on my laptop in various states of recline. I hardly ever sit at my desk at home for some reason, I’d much rather sit cross-legged on my couch and hunch over a 13-inch LCD.
At my NY studio, at home and in Woodstock.
Please Let Me Design
* coffee house
** Our studio
In a studio and at home on a table.
Preparing my archive, lectures at schools or institutions related to typography.
In the studio. I try and avoid working from home.
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