Steve Job's Surprisingly Normal Home Office

Steve Job's Surprisingly Normal Home Office

Kristen Lubbe
Nov 16, 2010

Photographer Diana Walker got the rare opportunity to take a peek inside the home of Steve Jobs. He had just recovered from his surgery in 2004 when he invited his favorite Time photographer to stop by and shoot some photos of him and his home office. The outcome was rather surprising.

The whole set from Diana Walker's photoshoot is viewable over at AllAboutSteveJobs.com to dissect and nitpick.

We figured he would have a sleek and modern all white office with state of the art technology (well, he probably does have that, we just can't see it). Much to our surprise, his office is strangely normal. The man that has control of one of the largest technology companies in the world has a normal home office. We appreciate the somewhat standard size of the monitor and of course, the stacks of papers. The screen saver of his son Reed is of course very endearing as well.

There aren't very many photos of his actual workspace, but we're happy we got a glimpse inside none the less. We are pretty jealous of his view and the easy access to the patio just outside. The remaining photos are available on All About Steve Jobs.

Images: Diana Walker

[via Lifehacker]

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