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Published July 13, 2020, by Maverick Steffen

What does your office look like? What motivates you, inspires you, invigorates you and helps you to bring value and innovation to the world?

Today we've collected our list of the top 10 offices of geniuses we respect the most. Enjoy!

1- Sigmund Freud's Office

Founder of Psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud was made famous for creating a systematic framework for diagnosing and treating several mental disturbances, including memory and sexual suppression from childhood.

2- Steve Jobs's Office

Steve Jobs created an entire empire in his parent's garage. His fascination with computers, combined with his drive as a result of angst from being abandoned by his parents, made Steve Jobs the defiantly relentless entrepreneur who helped shape the world of technology today.

3- Thomas Jefferson's Office

Author of the Declaration of Independence, and third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson was a constant intellectual and polymath in the arts, sciences and politics.

4- Albert Einstein's Office

Albert Einstein developed the Theory of Relativity which is one of the two main pillars of modern physics. He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1921 as a result, but us science geeks love him best for his discovery of the law of photoelectric effect.

5- Benjamin Franklin's Office

A true Renaissance man, Benjamin Franklin was a scientist, inventor, diplomat, professional swimmer, entrepreneur, playboy and international celebrity. His curiosity and work ethic were rivaled by no one, and it was his own undying devotion to his country that saw him permanently disown his British loyalist, albeit illegitimate, son.

6- Andrew Carnegie's Office

Andrew Carnegie built a fortune out of steel, and was one of the wealthiest men of his day. His constant rivalry against oilman John D. Rockefeller saw him grow and expand his empire out of entrepreneurial brilliance and sheer Scottish-born will. One amazing fact is he gave 90% of his fortune away later in his life.

7- Louis Pasteur's Office (Lab)

Louis Pasteur had an obsessive fascination with diseases, and as a result created the principals for vaccination, microbial fermentation and pasteurization. His scientific curiosity and dedication to healing the sick have led to several modern chemical preventions of diseases that continue to save countless lives today.

8- Charles Dickens's Office

Known as the greatest novelist of the Victorian Era, the works of Charles Dickens are still being converted into motion pictures and countless sitcom references to this day. His 1836 The Pickwick Papers (famous for humor, satire, and keen observation of society) were the closet thing to viral media of his day, making him an international celebrity in only a couple years.

9- Bill Gates's Office

Bill Gates is an American businessman, philanthropist, investor, computer programmer, and inventor. His creation of Microsoft has made him, at one time, the richest man alive (according to Forbes magazine). What is most impressive, however, is the practicality and simplicity he has brought to computing and software for non-technical computer users everywhere.

10- Nikola Tesla's Office (Lab)

Nikola Tesla was an inventor, scientist, spoke several languages and even outsmarted Thomas Edison by discovering the more efficient AC (Alternating Current) which was a far superior method of transporting electricity versus Edison's slower and less practical method, DC (Direct Current). One time Einstein was asked, "What does it feel like to be the smartest man alive?" He responded, "I don't know, ask Nikola Tesla."

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