A creatively designed environment is conducive to creative activities. An occupation performed in a studio or a workshop usually includes both intellectual and practical aspects. The corresponding workspace must therefore have the characteristics of an office, while functioning as a place for production at the same time.
Depending on the field of work, either one of these aspects can be more prominent, yet the aim is always to put constructive potentials into practice to achieve the best possible results. The projects presented in this volume include advertising agencies and product design workshops, fashion and photographic studios, and – of course – architecture and interior design firms. The spaces for creative labor can be opulent, ascetic, bright, fancy, structured, colorful, elegant – or even something completely different.