12 June 2008

Working at Home, Living at Work

Working from home isn't new. It used to be called 'living above the shop'. That was a vertical separation of living and working space. But many people are now doing the same thing horizontally, with annex offices, split-use rooms, or garden shed workshops. Deborah Dietsch has assembled a collection projects where living and working environments have been merged, and the results prove that with imagination you can transform a house, a flat, or even an industrial site so that it becomes a very comfortable and attractive hybrid. Her examples include the homes of architects, a painter, a photographer, a fashion designer, a dance tutor, a restaurateur, a documentary film maker, a physical trainer, even a priest marrying people out of his own ... Read more >>


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