Design Bloggers: Where They Work
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In our September 2013 issue, we profiled 18 of our favorite design bloggers, sharing their latest discoveries in furniture, graphic design, travel, architecture, and more. With this special report on newsstands now, we went back to these online writers and asked them to send snapshots of their workspaces and tell us a bit about what inspires them. Here, a peek at creative work spaces from around the world, from a coffee shop in Cologne to a desk by the beach in Cape Town.
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- Jon Gasca and his father Jesus Gasca are the creative minds behind STUA, a 20-year-old design house based in Spain.
- "Not ANOTHER George Nelson inspired desk??!!" went designer Ben Klebba's note to us.
- While in Vegas for Surfaces and Las Vegas Market, I had the chance to not only take in the terrific 17 Swedish Designers exhibit but also chat with Anna von Schewen and hear her lecture.
- Temperatures were sweltering in L.A.
- A year and a half ago, while on sabbatical from Olson Kundig Architects, Kevin Scott conceived of Röllerhaus Pictureworks & Design Co.
- In January 2008, Emily Pilloton founded Project H Design in an effort to "turn criticism into action" by connecting socially minded designers with the communities in need of their…
- Daniella Zalcman is a photojournalist who has worked for the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Sports Illustrated, and National Geographic, among other outlets.
- Shipping containers are ubiquitous in Houston, though unlike the four that make up this new home, they're usually filled with foreign goods rather than flourishing lives.