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The Thinking Artist: Open Your Walls

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By Patrick Dennis I am an artist and I’ve been thinking… Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like there’s a lot more art being pushed out to the public lately in weirdly innovative ways.

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Top 10 Most Innovative Office Spaces

Top 10 Most Innovative Office Spaces | Future Tech | Scoop.it
Ditch the cubicle and take a look at some of the most fun, innovative office spaces in the United States.  From Google’s slide to Airbnb’s tree house, these companies tackle the challenge of employee well-being and efficiency, with creative office...

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Debra Walker's curator insight, October 2, 2013 3:58 PM

Where you spend almost a third of your life should be a reflection of who you are and provide you a space or spaces to be at your creative best.

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How to Achieve the Most Creative Workspace Ever

How to Achieve the Most Creative Workspace Ever | Future Tech | Scoop.it
Your workspace should be the place you can go to to get your creative juices flowing and be at your most productive. Too often, people are working in an uninspiring, lifeless environment that only stunts their creativity.

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Trading Spaces: How Workplace "Sublets" Give Your Perspective And Productivity A Jolt

Trading Spaces: How Workplace "Sublets" Give Your Perspective And Productivity A Jolt | Future Tech | Scoop.it
At Boston-based ad agency CTP employees do more than swap desks for a few days--they do it for the whole summer.

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Debra Walker's curator insight, October 2, 2013 3:56 PM

I myself am trying a temporary work space change and definitely understand the need for it to be a little longer than a few days.  You need that adjustment period to get used to the "weirdness" of a new space, organization of the space, even the sounds and smells that are "different" than what you knew about.  It definitely is taking me outside of my comfort zone, which is good, and hopefully leads to a "shifted" perspective for other aspects of my job.  Stay tuned!

Daniel Aparicio's curator insight, October 2, 2013 11:20 PM

Interesting pictures

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Innovator Insights: How to Enable Workplace Serendipity, Foster Creativity, High Performance


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