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People say that you have clearer thought patterns when there is less around you. Others say you just need a clean, minimal workspace. Well it comes down to personal preference and what type of person you are in the end. Some people like to have a messy work area and others totally hate it when there is anything out of place. Minimalism has grown a lot over the past few years when it comes to the workplace and I’d love to see it grow even more. I have rounded up 30 minimal workspaces for you to be inspired by and hopefully garner some ideas from.

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9 Comments so far

  1. Nice pictures! especially the apple products.. It’s important that work spaces are wide and clean, so that you can work properly, your comfortable on what you see, smell, etc.. also the things you use for your work must be above average or high in performance..

  2. all i can say is minimalistic “apple” showoff !! 

  3. aledesign.it says:

    Only Apple? is a good minimalistic space…even I hate the computer between two 
    doors! Impossible for me…I have a question..In these place don’t live a graphics 
    designer? ;)

  4. TechGyo says:

    Awesome collection, rarely any Windows. Apple is every designers signature. 

  5. Needsmoreappleproducts says:

    Apparently you need an Apple product to be a designer… Guess I should start looking for a new career.

  6. Workspaces says:

    Love the list of workspaces.

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