Congratulations to Professor Misha Kachman on having his work studio featured on Live Design's website! He explains that he does not work from home and instead has a separate work space:
“A studio provides me with a sense of structure and purpose. I need to go to work. In this regard, I’m no different from any nine-till-six fellow in a cubicle. I have two places where I do most of the work: my art studio at Dupont Circle in DC and the office/studio where I do most of my drafting and model-making.”
He has decorated his workspace with books, paintings, old models, fabric swatches, storyboards, furniture pieces, costume renderings, and old props. He has stored up a huge collection over the years from his work with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Olney Theatre Center, Arena Stage, Baltimore's Centerstage, Signature Theatre, Round House Theatre, Kennedy Center, and Theater J--to name just a few.
See Misha in his work studio in the online photo gallery.