Suburban basement/garage layout. My basement formerly had one third dedicated to a woodshop, and now the rest of the basement has been overtaken by pottery needs. I have just about added all the shelving it will hold, and every time I added one it filled up immediately with glaze making materials from studio shut down acquisitions. One corner holds plastic tubs with finished ware ready to go to shows, alongs with packing materials. What room is left has been filled with a pottery wheel, a large slab roller, a wedging station, and I screwed my extruder to a board so i can clamp it to my woodworking bench. My garage holds one small and one large oval electric kiln, and I store a fiber raku kiln there as well. The kilns have their own subpanel power, and are fired using a Skutt KM-1 wall mounted controller and share an Orton Vent. The garage also houses my air compressor which gets moved out into the drive when spraying glazes.
I am moving to another house next year that has an unfinished, but studded, basement, that my bride says is all mine to configure. Mea Rhee's re-do will be solidly in my mind as I proceed with building it out.