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Working Space is a sneak-peek into the interiors of some of the world's most influential and important artists, artisans and designers

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Working Space is a photo collection of eccentric workplaces and creative studios that mirror the passion of the worker inside. Athens Magazine

"A meditation on the process of work, with vivid images of the inner sanctums of a diverse group of creative types portrayed in inspiring detail." -HouseBeautiful
Working Space,
is so refreshing. As its title suggests, the volume is an ode to the creative workspace and the very idea ofwork from its traditional incarnation at the office or studio to more spiritual takes on the concept like meditation. The stunningly photographed images depicted withinWorking Spaceareinteriors, but that is where the similarities to other shelter books end. Unlike the manicured, consciously styled settings that are typical of such books, these temples of creative energy are displayed in their purest, most uninhibited states;Thompson s camera acts almost as a fly on the wall, documenting but not editing. These spaces are made for use and they are very muchin useat the time of documentation. From the photographs inside ofWorking Space, it seems that these people (from graphic designers to choreographers to barbers) love both. Design*Sponge
Photographer Martyn Thompson takes readers inside the private studios of artists and designers in his stylish book. Interior design inspirations abound. Boston Magazine
Working Space
takes a journalistic approach to showcasing the work spaces of 24 creatives from different fields of endeavor. His lens has captured the true nature of a working environment, clutter and computer cords and all. Work is work, it s not always pretty. Chameleon-interiors.blogspot.com
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The most intriguing thing about Australian photographer Martyn Thomson's new book Working Space is that it manages to deliver atmosphere anecdotally." 1stDibs
The tome is an intimate glimpse into luxuriously raw studios, minimalist offices and spaces packed out with the detritus of a creative professional s work (or life). Dujour.com
Martyn has the wonderful ability to write like he speaks warm, personal and straight to the point. I love how this book reads. The images are stunning. Working Space is one of those wonderfully special books that if you don t grab it now, you ll wish you had in ten years time when it s sold for five times the price and is considered a rare book Malleryrobertsmorgan.com
Interior photographer Martyn Thompson s new book is about the paces where people work, and the result is an amazing document We re loving it! The book is full of overcrowded art studios, opulent home offices, and the types of intensely personal, functional, and sometimes chaotic environments that emerge from day-in-day-out creativity. Front & Main
It never hides the debris and messy detritus of creation and instead celebrates it. A Stylist s Life
"
"Working Space" is a photo collection of eccentric workplaces and creative studios that mirror the passion of the worker inside. "Athens Magazine
"
"A meditation on the process of work, with vivid images of the inner sanctums of a diverse group of creative types portrayed in inspiring detail." -"HouseBeautiful
"Working Space," " is so refreshing. As its title suggests, the volume is an ode to the creative workspace and the very idea ofwork from its traditional incarnation at the office or studio to more spiritual takes on the concept like meditation. The stunningly photographed images depicted withinWorking Spaceareinteriors, but that is where the similarities to other shelter books end. Unlike the manicured, consciously styled settings that are typical of such books, these temples of creative energy are displayed in their purest, most uninhibited states;Thompson s camera acts almost as a fly on the wall, documenting but not editing. These spaces are made for use and they are very muchin useat the time of documentation. From the photographs inside ofWorking Space, it seems that these people (from graphic designers to choreographers to barbers) love both. " Design*Sponge"
" "Photographer Martyn Thompson takes readers inside the private studios of artists and designers in his stylish book. Interior design inspirations abound. " Boston Magazine
Working Space" takes a journalistic approach to showcasing the work spaces of 24 creatives from different fields of endeavor. His lens has captured the true nature of a working environment, clutter and computer cords and all. Work is work, it s not always pretty. " Chameleon-interiors.blogspot.com
""The most intriguing thing about Australian photographer Martyn Thomson's new book "Working Space" is that it manages to deliver atmosphere anecdotally." "1stDibs
" The tome is an intimate glimpse into luxuriously raw studios, minimalist offices and spaces packed out with the detritus of a creative professional s work (or life). " Dujour.com
" Martyn has the wonderful ability to write like he speaks warm, personal and straight to the point. I love how this book reads. The images are stunning. "Working Space" is one of those wonderfully special books that if you don t grab it now, you ll wish you had in ten years time when it s sold for five times the price and is considered a rare book " Malleryrobertsmorgan.com
"Interior photographer Martyn Thompson s new book is about the paces where people work, and the result is an amazing document We re loving it! The book is full of overcrowded art studios, opulent home offices, and the types of intensely personal, functional, and sometimes chaotic environments that emerge from day-in-day-out creativity. " Front & Main
" It never hides the debris and messy detritus of creation and instead celebrates it. " A Stylist s Life
""
""Working Space" is a photo collection of eccentric workplaces and creative studios that mirror the passion of the worker inside." "Athens Magazine
"
"A meditation on the process of work, with vivid images of the inner sanctums of a diverse group of creative types portrayed in inspiring detail." -"HouseBeautiful
.."."Working Space," " is so refreshing. As its title suggests, the volume is an ode to the creative workspace and the very idea of work--from its traditional incarnation at the office or studio to more spiritual takes on the concept like meditation. The stunningly photographed images depicted within Working Space are interiors, but that is where the similarities to other shelter books end. Unlike the manicured, consciously styled settings that are typical of such books, these temples of creative energy are displayed in their purest, most uninhibited states; Thompson's camera acts almost as a fly on the wall, documenting but not editing. These spaces are made for use and they are very much in use at the time of documentation. From the photographs inside of Working Space, it seems that these people (from graphic designers to choreographers to barbers) love both."" -Design*Sponge"
"""Photographer Martyn Thompson takes readers inside the private studios of artists and designers in his stylish book. Interior design inspirations abound." " Boston Magazine
"Working Space" takes a journalistic approach to showcasing the work spaces of 24 creatives from different fields of endeavor. His lens has captured the true nature of a working environment, clutter and computer cords and all. Work is work, it's not always pretty."" Chameleon-interiors.blogspot.com
""The most intriguing thing about Australian photographer Martyn Thomson's new book "Working Space" is that it manages to deliver atmosphere anecdotally." "1stDibs
""The tome is an intimate glimpse into luxuriously raw studios, minimalist offices and spaces packed out with the detritus of a creative professional's work (or life)." " Dujour.com
""Martyn has the wonderful ability to write like he speaks -warm, personal and straight to the point. I love how this book reads. The images are stunning. "Working Space" is one of those wonderfully special books that if you don't grab it now, you'll wish you had in ten years time -when it's sold for five times the price and is considered a 'rare book' " Malleryrobertsmorgan.com
""Interior photographer Martyn Thompson's new book is about the paces where people work, and the result is an amazing document... We're loving it! The book is full of overcrowded art studios, opulent home offices, and the types of intensely personal, functional, and sometimes chaotic environments that emerge from day-in-day-out creativity."" Front & Main
""It never hides the debris and messy detritus of creation and instead celebrates it." " A Stylist's Life
"

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