Do you work in a creative workspace? If you work at Pixar or Google you do. Doesn't everyone work better in a relaxing, comfortable, creative environment? If so, then why are so many office spaces the standard "cube it" and "blue it".
If you had a chance to create a unique workspace what would be most important? Interaction with fellow employees? Design and color? Uniqueness? Ain't It Cool News has a great walkthrough of the Pixar workspace:
A lot of the animators decided early on that they didnâ€™t want cubicles, so instead, Pixar found these groovy little cottages that they bought for them. Walking through the animation department is like walking through a neighborhood for dwarves. Lots of little houses laid out along â€œstreets,â€ each one with an address on the door.
Red Bull's new workspace: http://www.jump-studios.com/mailers/redbull.jpg