You can have a great big impressive office and surround yourself with awards, citations, trophies and acknowledgements. However, your greatest ideas and most important work will still be the most imposing energy in the room.
You can design your studio with the coolest gear and the latest technology, and surround yourself with worthy awards and platinum records. However, your greatest ideas and most important work will still be the loudest noise in the room.
You can create an atmosphere of productivity and a cool creative vibe in your creative space, and surround yourself with inspiring posters, meaningful artifacts and memorable chachkies. However, ultimately, your greatest ideas and most important work will be screaming at you the minute you walk through the door.
Look, I enjoy a nice creative workspace too! However, when you take a look at the genius, brilliance and talent that have come out of small, dusty garages (from tech giants to rock gods), it becomes evident that your great ideas, your most important work, your most commanding projects, and your biggest dreams could care less whether you do your work in a small cubicle, a dusty garage or an elaborate studio. The only thing your best ideas want is to become meaningful and relevant.