In a recent post on his blog, bad banana, Tim Siedell, creative director and co-owner of Fusebox posted an entry celebrating Fusebox's eighth year anniversary. When Tim and his creative partner and co-owner Yayle Roncka were planning out their work space they decide to create an open studio environment. In the post Tim says that the decision was one of the largest factors to the success of Fusebox.
Also in the post were eight lessons learned about setting up an open works space.
1. Be prepared to hate it at first.
2. Go wide open and go big.
3. Create little areas for a little privacy.
4. Cut the cords as much as possible.
5. Understand that it's not for everyone.
6. Create face privacy, not monitor privacy.
7. Build music into the environment.
8. Embrace the chaos.
In addition to this pearls of wisdom Tim took photos of the finished second phase of their new studio space they moved into March of this year. So without further adieu I bring you the creative interior of Fusebox.