The Living Workspace Of Lullatone

When you work where you live, your setup is particularly important. James Seymour and Yoshimi Tomida, who form the art and music group Lullatone, live their work and so they’ve created a space that’s geared towards both working and living.

The entire home is 1200 square feet, and the studio (picture) only 200, but no room in the house is limited to a single purpose. Things move around and get used when necessary because no space is too specifically defined. The entire home is basic and simple, making the focus whatever they want to actually accomplish in that space at any given moment. For many more pictures and additional information, be sure to read the entire post over at Herman Miller Lifework.

Ideal Live/Work Space: Shawn James Seymour and Yoshimi Tomida of Lullatone [Herman Miller Lifework via Unplggd]

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