At a reinvented mid-century duplex in Brooklyn, architect and resident Mark Dixon relegates work to a top floor office, which he shares with his wife.
Envisioned as the "apartment of the future," this versatile live/work space in Poland was designed to respond “to changes in technology, furniture, and the diverse needs and behaviors of users.” A nearly 50-foot “green wall” composed of movable panels offers occupants a natural vista in the midst of the workday.
What better workplace for an interior designer than their own inspired home? A collection of vintage furniture amassed over the course of a decade adorns Kathryn Tyler's abode.
Tired of long nights spent at his studio, Canadian artist Kent Monkman decided to bring his operations in-house. The result is an airy open-plan space, which serves as his studio, office, living room, and dining room.
After fitting a modern outbuilding onto their property, a Rhode Island couple again maximized space by placing a studio and lofted bedroom in the addition.
Living and work functions coexist in the same space at this recently renovated Amsterdam home. Says resident and architect Frank Nederhof, "I was careful to ensure that the office has access to both the hallway and the bathroom, meaning it’s a very versatile space. I use it for work, but it could be used as another bedroom.”