A fascinating book filled with studies on creativity, anecdotes about creative people, and tips on how to boost your creativity. I'm glad this book wasn't written like a self-help book because that would get on my nerves. Instead, it's full of interesting stories about successful companies like Pixar and people like the guy who invented Scotch tape. I especially liked the section about office space layout and how that can help people be more creative.
The only thing I didn't like was the last section about urban spaces and how that related to creativity. It got a little boring and didn't seem to match with the overall tone of the book.