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Live-Work Renovations and Additions

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We're a big fan of live-work arrangement: it saves natural resources by cutting back on commutes and makes perfect sense when your work and personal lives are deeply intertwined. It's hard to find a better example of design making people's lives easier, efficient, and enjoyable. Check out these 6 designs that made live-work possible for these residents!

The roughly 5,000-square-foot Lens House renovation, which was finished in 2012 and just won a 2014 RIBA National...
The couple's firm specializes in illustration and photography for the advertising industry.
David Mazza, 30, and Casey Patten, 28, best friends since middle school, opened Taylor Gourmet, a Philadelphia-style...
The market’s shelves are lined with all manner of Italian goodies, and the lighting grid on the ceiling, made of...
Oversize, double-hung windows draw natural light into the space.
Jane Wright, a painter and printmaker, uses one end of the building as a studio.
The demolition of the upper floor, which had been carved up into many small rooms, revealed an expansive loft with an...
Architect Tamira Sawatzky and artist Elle Flanders get an awfully good view of their busy Toronto street from their...
The table is by Made, the sneaker-inspired Shoe Toss pendants are by Jeremy Hatch of Ricochet Studio, and the laser-cut...
Many of the items in the home come from Mjölk, on the ground floor of Daoust and Baker’s building, which dates to the...
The living room is anchored by a sofa and lounge chair, both by Børge Mogensen, as well as a Conoid bench by George...
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