I have 3 primary work areas in my studio. My main bench where I do all of my fabrication, my soldering area and a forming /hammering station. My setup is only about six months old as I recently moved my 20 yr old studio to a new location. I used most of what I had in my original studio, but configured it carefully so that it now matches my work flow better than my old studio.
My studio practice is currently predominantly filigree, hence most of the tools you see on my bench are geared to fine filigree work.
My main bench is custom built. I started with an old bathroom vanity and topped it off with 3/4" plywood and built some additional storage drawers and a sweep drawer. My main bench pin is made of plywood and supports a rather large and heavy piece of 5" diameter steel bar stock that I picked up in a scrap yard. The bar stock sits on a turn table which then sits on the custom bench pin. This creates a very stable surface for me to assemble my filigree pieces. I can rotate my work without disturbing my filigree pieces.
One of my most important tools is a variety of tweezers. I have been using Blue Heron tweezers from Rio Grande as they are excellent quality for a reasonable price
Traveling along the wall behind all of my work areas is a dust collection system which is made out of spare tubing from a built in vacuum system. The network of dust collection tubing attaches to a shop vac.
My soldering station has its own ventilation system which is made using a standard bathroom fan. I used a very quiet high capacity fan. The fan is mounted in a box which is attached below the soldering station. I cut two 4" holes in the table and inserted 4" ductwork which is directed to my pickle pot and my soldering blocks. Works really well.
I use both paste solder and powder solder on my filigree, both come from @RioGrande .
My Forming Station is made of 2" x 12" and 2" x 4" pieces, stacked and glued together. My main anvil is a piece of old railway track that has been cleaned and polished.