More stories about Live-Work

  • Vision 2020: The Return of Main Street, U.S.A.

    By 2020, we will see the return of mixed-use, walkable neighborhoods and developments. But we have a lot of red tape to clear first.

  • Firm Profile: EHDD

    San Francisco firm EHDD calls for dramatic changes in architectural design.

  • Across the Institute

    Los Angeles, Vienna, Cincinnati, Washington, D.C., Chicago

  • New Book Redefines Live-Work Housing

    Architect Thomas Dolan provides a complete and authoritative treatment of live-work housing, a cornerstone of the zero-commute housing ideal.

  • Cherokee Studios

    Brooks +Scarpa

  • [merz]project Creates an Ideal Work-Live Structure in Phoenix

    Designing with the desert heat in mind, [merrz]project provides a versatile structure that accomodates a variety of functions while keeping operating costs low.

  • Home Office

    Designing with the desert heat in mind, [merrz]project provides a versatile structure that accomodates a variety of functions while keeping operating costs low.

  • eco-newsletter's July Editor's Note

    How happy are you? Where do you rate on a misery-to-glee scale? After giving it some thought and consulting a thesaurus, I decided I’d have to rate myself somewhere in the neighborhood of convivial.

  • Mixed-Use Development Encourages Sustainable Living

    The live/work spaces at Florence Lofts in Sebastopol, Calif., encourages residents to live more compact, sustainable lifestyles.

  • Green Is A Way Of Life

    When I was in college I often absorbed myself in my classes by trying to find examples of the subject matter in my everyday life. For example, while taking a geology class I pointed out types of rocks to my friends when walking through campus. Yes, they teased me, but I got an A in the class. I...