In 2006, Johan left KesselsKramer to pursue directing full-time and took those ideas of open floor plans and personality and established one man company The Very Small Office of Johan Kramer. You can’t find this space on a map anywhere, but you can see it in the hands of hundreds of people around the world in the form of an old shoebox. When your office fits into a suitcase, it becomes a lot easier to take on inspiring projects and create authentic, innovative content.
“Working in the same place every day creates routine, which is something that easily bores me. You will start working in a specific pattern. This is what is nice about working at different locations.” -Johan Kramer, Medium Magazine