Stefano Pilati´s office in Paris: Charlotte Perriand´s massive wood desk and Jean Prouvé´s office chair, both ca.1950s. Photograph by James Mollison. / James Mollison
Maximum use of a tiny area.
You don’t need a fancy writing studio. You can write anywhere you want. As long as you put yourself to it.
“People think that those with ordered spaces live ordered lives, but quite often it’s the reverse. My minimalist workspace contrasts with my inner chaos. This office is the principal room in my ‘work flat’, which is around the corner from my house. It reflects one of my great passions: architecture.” – Alain de Botton, writer and philosopher