When they aren’t performing, touring, opening shows, being interviewed or traveling the world, where do the rich and famous actually create? All of us need a place where we can feel comfortable enough to focus on our passions, interests, work and hobbies. It might be your bedroom at home, your office at work or somewhere outdoors, but we all have one.
Today we look at the creative spaces the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Marc Jacobs, Jackson Pollock, Bruce Springsteen, Rudyard Kipling, Pablo Picasso, Steve Jobs, Yves Saint Laurent & Martin Luther King call home.
Whilst your environment doesn’t necessarily define you, it does have a tremendous impact on your productivity and focus. If you feel ease, you’re more likely to product your best work – whichever industry you’re in.
Where is your creative space? Leave a comment below telling us and in the meantime, enjoy these 14 photos that reveal the creative spaces of the rich and famous. You might be surprised by what you see.