Workspace of the Week: Student studio in NYC

This week’s Workspace of the Week is Powkang’s student studio in NYC. She lives in her workspace, so it’s pretty impressive. Check out both sides of her apartment studio, which she’s annotated. What I really love is her inspirational view of Manhattan.

desktop and view

It’s very cool that she keeps that view uncluttered.

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3 Comments for “Workspace of the Week: Student studio in NYC”

  1. posted by Dave on

    “i found a live/work loftshare in williamsburg”

    I think she means:

    “i absolutely had to live in williamsburg, my life depended on it”

    Be sure to budget for a fixie, coffee, knee length shorts, and ironic eyeglasses. Luckily, Vice Magazine is free.

  2. posted by Ralf on

    The Manhatten view is nice. So far so good. But the workplace is anything else than uncluttered. What I see is too much visual clutter, to much eye distraction. As an long-time-ago-design-student I know places like this and I know living a kind of ‘creativity-life’ surrounded by all the work of yours. I know the feeling. And I understand that a student has not the opportunity (lets say money) to establish a perfect designed workplace but what I do not understand is why this item is on this page.(?)

  3. posted by caffienejunkie on

    Wow – I agree that this workspace looks chockful of visual clutter. I live with 2 recently graduated Illustration majors, and have spent lots of time in art student dorm rooms. They are/were a lot more organized than this.

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