SIX INSPIRING HOME/WORK 
SPACES

Written By
AMANDA BAILLIEU

01.06.2021

What makes the perfect home/work environment? For some it's a shed at the end of the garden while for others it’s a house that gives everyone the space to have individual activities in a shared atmosphere. In our first blog post, we have posted six of our favourite home/work homes and what makes them special

1 The Eames House, also known as Case Study House No 8, is a landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture located in the Pacific Palisades neighbourhood of Los Angeles. It was designed and constructed in 1949 by husband-and-wife Charles and Ray Eames to serve as their home and studio. They lived in their home until their deaths: Charles in 1978 and Ray, ten years to the day, in 1988.


2 Jeremy Till and Sarah Wigglesworth were developer and architect for this inner-London home/work infill scheme. A working forge formerly occupied the backland site, tucked into the end of a cul-de-sac.


3 Jeremy Till and Sarah Wigglesworth were developer and architect for this inner-London home/work infill scheme. The backland site, tucked into the end of a cul-de-sac, was formerly occupied by a working forge


4 Jeremy Till and Sarah Wigglesworth were developer and architect for this inner-London home/work infill scheme. The backland site, tucked into the end of a cul-de-sac, was formerly occupied by a working forge

5 Jeremy Till and Sarah Wigglesworth were developer and architect for this inner-London home/work infill scheme. The backland site, tucked into the end of a cul-de-sac, was formerly occupied by a working forge


6 The Eames House, also known as Case Study House No 8, is a landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture located in the Pacific Palisades neighbourhood of Los Angeles. It was designed and constructed in 1949 by husband-and-wife Charles and Ray Eames to serve as their home and studio. They lived in their home until their deaths: Charles in 1978 and Ray, ten years to the day, in 1988.