In Just 48 Hours, a Chicago Live/Work Space Is Built from the Ground Up Using Concrete Panels
An industrious Chicago couple set up shop in a historic manufacturing district almost overnight using prefab concrete panels.
The floor is painted with a reflective silver paint to carry light through the long, narrow space.
The studio space includes room for the full-time archivist to work.
A view from the back reveals the studio space on the ground floor and the living areas above.
San Diego Teaches Us How Micro-Living Can Thrive
A professor takes the first step toward creating a new model for the city.
Family-Friendly Renovation of a Brick Warehouse in Alabama
In Alabama, a commercial building with a multifarious past begins a fresh chapter for a young family after a modern renovation.
Jane Wright, a painter and printmaker, uses one end of the building as a studio.
David Mazza, 30, and Casey Patten, 28, best friends since middle school, opened Taylor Gourmet, a Philadelphia-style...
Small Space Live/Work Box Home in Japan
This flower shop, art gallery, and home for two looks like the simplest of cubes.
The facade was outfitted with a commercial-grade storefront window.
The table is by Made, the sneaker-inspired Shoe Toss pendants are by Jeremy Hatch of Ricochet Studio, and the laser-cut...
Every wall has solid plywood behind it, so Monkman can hang his work anywhere.
Oversize, double-hung windows draw natural light into the space.
Yurika Ninomiya says good morning to busy central Nagoya from her third-floor bedroom while husband Takuya opens up the...