The lines between work life and home life are blurred. Our daily routines are no longer confined to a fixed division of eight-hour workday and then the separate world of home, partners, family, self.
Rather, home is more than a space for living; it is a place for creation, collaboration or business. Home is a reflection of our personal taste and aesthetics.
From the artwork we hang on our walls to the bookshelves that line our office to our selection of salt and pepper shakers — this space convenes our passions, our work and our lives in one cohesive environment.
Here we receive clients and host dinner parties. We respond to emails and take conference calls. Artists and colleagues are welcomed to show work — holding meetings in this intimate space allows for fluid and open discussion.
Home displays our personal taste and echoes our professional selves — a reflection of a life no longer divided between a job and a personal life, but rather an image of a complete person.
“Working from home affords me the opportunity to live life as a holistic person. I live my personal life, immersed in my work with the privacy that I find important to my process.”
Brief N°4 Vol. I — Life/Work