At the beginning of the 21st century, the ways in which we live and work are undergoing fundamental changes. This studio addresses the relationship between living and working through hybrid spaces. In the twentieth century places for living and working were exclusively independent of one another. Early in the twenty-first century we are witnessing a shift toward a twenty-four hour work cycle, impacting the relationship between where we work and how we live. This studio challenges the normative formulation of an aggregate housing typology through future scenarios of the live/work dialectic. We will ask questions like, how can emerging working conditions contribute to a new way of living? What are the different methods for incorporating living and working spaces into an altogether unique third alternative?