How to Design an Office Space That Inspires Healthy Work Habits

How to Design an Office Space That Inspires Healthy Work Habits

PSFK speaks to Flavorpill Founder Sascha Lewis about creating a space that keeps people happy, energized and focused

Simone Spilka
  • 6 july 2015

What’s on your desk in front of you: water bottles, tsotchkes, legos, magazines? Are you neatly-organized, or are papers and post-it note reminders scattered everywhere? A desktop can say a lot about a person and their work habits, and the items we keep at arms’ reach have the ability to encourage or inspire productivity.

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