Q. What was the concept behind your office space?
A. My mantra has always been ‘less is more’ and I focus on keeping things minimal; I can think better in a relaxing and positive environment.
Q. What is your favourite thing about your workstation?
A. It would have to be the glass bowl filled with over 50 identical and freshly sharpened pencils. I’m particular about the tools of my trade.
Q. Three tips on creating an inviting workspace...
A. First and most importantly, try to keep it clutter-free. Plan ahead to create enough storage space for things you will want to keep hidden, but within reach. Next, try to keep all electrical wires and switches concealed; this makes your office desk look futuristic. Lastly, find space for plants and artifacts to add a personal touch.
Q. What personal touches have you added that make it uniquely you?
A. I draw a lot, so I usually have colour pencils strewn around while I’m hard at work. I love symmetry, so everything in my office, from the flower pots to files, are always in pairs.
Dress, Star by Julien Macdonald at Debenhams; blazer, J by Jasper Conran at Debenhams; earrings, Accessorize