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Hacker Stations is a collection of workspace setups by tech professionals from all over the world. Whether you are looking for inspiration for your own setup, or just want to see how others design their workspaces for focus and productivity - we’ve got it!

James Stanier's effective remote work setup in Cumbria, UK

November 28, 2022

Kasia's cozy crafting den in Berlin

November 25, 2022

Denys' workspace in Berlin is a "hack with scotch tape and zip ties"

November 18, 2022

Peter Cooper's setup for programming, writing newsletters, and listening to vinyls

October 28, 2022

Nikitonsky's minimal, aesthetically pleasing station in Berlin

October 14, 2022

Michiel Borkent's simple setup made easy in Amersfoort, The Netherlands

October 7, 2022
A picture showing a wooden desk with three wide-screen monitors on it. There is a picture behind the desk on the wall showing a lake. A warm-light lamp behind the monitor on the middle. The biggest monitor on the right shows Grafana with different metrics. The monitor in the middle has a code editor open.

Chris Beach's comfy home office in the UK

September 25, 2022

Martin Jones' homebuilt, remote teaching station

September 16, 2022
The photo depicts a walnut bookshelf system against a white wall. Part of this system is a desk with a large monitor showing a backdrop of vivid monstera leaves. The shelf is full of various colourful books, nicknacks, and plants. Right of the book shelf standing on the floor is a small black box, a self-built computer. Next to is a vintage-looking bench with several more books, and black vase with flowers. There is a bit of sunshine coming in from the left of the photo, giving this space a welcoming and warm vibe.

Irina's green, hygge oasis in Copenhagen, Denmark

September 9, 2022

Bozhidar Batsov's light and relaxing setup in Bulgaria where open source magic happens

September 2, 2022