With September in full swing, work and study schedules are filling up fast, so this week we're decluttering, stashing away and overhauling both our work and home offices. But before we get organized and back to work, a look at what has been distracting us this past week:
Above: Alexa has been enjoying the messy workspaces photographed by Mieke Verbijlen in Antwerp, Belgium.
Revisiting: 10 tips on how to cope with TechnoStress.
An Annabelle Selldorf-designed recycling center? Yes, says Brownstoner.
Above: Sarah's been admiring the work of Nathalie Audibert.
Making every inch count, via Sunset Magazine,
Christine has been eyeing Architizer's list of back to school shopping essentials for the student of architecture.
Above: Currently coveting: the perfect desk lamp.
An interesting look at the evolution of the skyscraper. (Architizer)
Gardening in the nude? (Gardenista)
Above: Admiring designer Marie Dessuant's Etagère de Coin, a shelf that emphasizes the significance of the corner space in the house. See it at Cinna Showroom during Paris Design Week from September 9th through the 15th.
With everyone back to school and back to work, wondering what to make for dinner? Check out 30 easy and quick meals at Country Living.
Above: Sure, summer is almost over but that doesn't stop us from wanting to try this DIY fire pit. (The Brick House)