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Saxon’s Workspace & whereuwork.blogspot.com promo

The Ship's Cabin of My Work Life

A Few of The Ideas of Architecture

This is a photo of my workspace also known as an office and when I am feeling particularly artistic I call it my studio.  Most of the time I don’t call it anything, I just have a great feeling about it and all the wonderful work experiences I have had here.  Most of those moments have happened when I am alone as  sole practitioner (aka hermit architect), but there have been plenty of great moments with clients in the studio and also with many different people on the phone.

I recently had coffee with my friend Peter Saucerman after a lovely bike ride and he suggested the idea of designers and creative types sharing pictures and thoughts about their workspaces.  I loved the idea and we have just this January of 2011 launched the blog  whereuwork.blogspot.com. You can see more of what I have to share on the topic by going to the site.  Also we are inviting others to post here and will be building the blog in the next months.  I love getting people to share something of themselves in this way and it seems like ready-made material for individuals to tap into.

A last word on my bookshelf shown at left.  For me, the ideas of architecture are paramount in my workspace.  It seems obvious, but I really like to have my space express this priority.  I do this by having all those idea vessels very close to where I sit; 5 feet to be exact.  when they get beyond 6 feet I am a much less interesting person.

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