Inside The Offices Of The Biggest Media Influencers [Pics]

Inside The Offices Of The Biggest Media Influencers [Pics]

Peek into the offices where the top thought leaders gain their ideas in LinkedIn's new photo series.

Yi Chen
  • 31 january 2013

Ever wondered where creatives and entrepreneurs like Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington, and Michael Moritz get inspired? LinkedIn revealed “Where I work,” a photo series that features workspaces of more than 50 thought leaders.

The photos demonstrate that you don’t need fancy gadgets, and exotic surroundings to come up with great ideas. What is common is that successful people often tailor their environment to suit their working style.


Peter Guber, co-owner of the L.A. Dodgers enjoys working from a round table crowded with memorabilia such as bobbleheads and team photos. While Steve Rubel, a digital media specialist from the PR firm Edelman, prefers to be more minimalistic and has an office cubicle “so empty, some think it’s vacant.”

While a lot of these influencers work from traditional desks, there are others who find inspiration through unconventional work spaces, such as hotel rooms, kitchen tables, hair salons, and cafes.

Take a look at the photos in the gallery below. To view all 50 work spaces, head to Where I Work.


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