The Radavist HQ

June has been a crazy month for me. After months of searching, I finally came across an office space that was too good to pass up. The price was right, the location was right and it met my current needs with room for growth.

Since starting PiNP back in 2005/2006, I have always operated from home. In the almost ten years this website has been in operation, it’s seen a lot of growth, which has taken its toll on me in more ways than one. If you work from home, you’re well aware of what I mean. Having a separation from work and home is important.

For those of you who have visited me in my Austin home, you probably remember what a clusterfuck my office was. Boxes, tires, bikes, jerseys, caps, bottles, thrown everywhere, awaiting organization, or use. It was a stressful environment and I felt like I never got anything done.

I needed somewhere soothing to work from, that I could commute to and enjoy spending time post-processing photos, or having meetings, or just working on the day to day operations but one of the things I’m most stoked about with these new digs is having a place to display products that I’ve bought or accumulated over the years.

Finding furniture was a bit of a hurdle, but I got some great deals on some truly unique pieces.

With the Radavist HQ, I hope to create a space that represents my intent with the site. It’s getter there, but I’m liking how it’s all coming together. The next time you’re in Austin, hopefully I’m around and hopefully I’ll be able to open my doors, pour you a glass of bourbon and maybe even go for a ride…

Check out the progress in the Gallery.

  • Really diggin’ your HQ! Kinda cool to see behind the scenes a bit…plus all the rad stuff!

  • mywynne

    So rad, looks like great light in there. I want more photos of the space, too!

  • Richard Dreyer

    Looks fantastic!

  • Colin


  • Ryan Combdon

    I love how you’ve displayed the Geekhouse/Icarus fork.

  • PNT

    We put it on our list: „Places to visit in the USA”

  • Tyler Johnson


  • recurrecur

    forget the office – nice bike!

  • aarn

    looks great!

  • Sean Curran

    perfect couch, and overall awesome space.

  • kasual

    Great space! Never go wrong with modern furniture in a white room.

  • Morgan Taylor

    Very nice.

  • Lemontime

    worlds most famous icarus stem meat pie bill murray mother fucker

  • henrilefebvre

    I think you need an Aalto womb chair.

    • henrilefebvre

      on maybe an Eames elephant!

  • Hollis Duncan

    Two things are missing: more purple and some fucking bourbon

  • Gène

    Hope you don’t spend to much time in there ;-) keep up the good work!

  • professorvelo

    mid-century modern and bike shit… my favorite. well done!

  • LukeSmithson

    Hopefully it won’t go the way of Fantoft Stave Kirke…

  • vopop

    Really can’t see why all this should make sense

  • occupybikeseat

    Dig it!

  • AdamEldridge

    Sweet Flask Brother! :) Glad to see it’s still kickin’ around.

  • Arturo

    very neat. congratulations!

  • Jeremy Horner

    this reminds me i need to stitch my necronomicog patch to something…

  • Eddie Jacobson

    Wow! You swooped up House Industries caps! Jelly.

  • Brad

    Stoked for you dude,looks like a nice place to segregate work from home.