Read the first part here: Incredible Workspaces: Part I.
Setting up your office has to be perfect, it has got to be tailored to your professional and personal needs, it needs to get your creative and inspirational juices flowing, it has to have limited distractions, speedy access to all the tools of your trade and if possible, have all the coolest and latest gadgetry that you budget allows.
Could someone tell us why most cool workspaces seem to use MACs? Are Windows and Linux users not cool? Maybe its the MAC that makes the workspace cool.
A cool glowing workstation from Hong Kong based photographer Mark aka Crouching Donkey.
Arthur Caranta’s geeky workstation, read his blog here: caranta.com.
This stylish and elegant setup is from Graeme Basson.
The workstation of freelance web designer and developer Lisa Risager.
This sleek workstation is from m@rkos, he blogs here: medinaauto.blogspot.com.
Cool, minimal and immaculate is the best way to describe this workstation from paszzz.
There is a nature (maybe a jungle) theme going on here from student and freelance designer Chris Holder.
This workstation from the creative Duncan Hopkins has been custom built by himself. View his professional work here: beyondbeyond.com/.
The cool office from David Martinez Suarez.
The reason for all the monitors is that Mitch Haile is a software developer, view more images about this workstaion here: Office FAQ.
I love this workstation, its simple yet feature rich, and simply love the flatscreen above the computer. This is from Geoff Harrison.
A lovely office setup from AtomicBunny.
A mood setting office and studio from musician sephtakular.
A great image of Jerome Slagle’s workstaion in the dark, I am not sure about the plasma ball, though.
This is the minmal workstation of Mackenzie Kosut, sleek office, nice view, Apple hardware everywhere, he must be loaded.