Fridays, as a freelancer, feel less distinct than they once did. As home and office blur, with only a canine colleague, waylaid by magazines. Work-a-day dissolves into dusk; lights flicker on, keyboard clatter continues. Craving a catalyst, I’m scouting spaces conducive to creative mashups, like the David Rockwell-designed NeueHouse in New York. Described by member/MoMA PS1 founder Alanna Heiss as “a power strip where everyone can plug in” (glamour as surge protector), NeueHouse promises the socio-professional sparks my current work-scape lacks. Not to mention aesthetic immersion (a power strip for recharging inspiration) and sartorial incentivizing (goodbye comfy sweatpants, hello trim silhouettes).