It's about 25 ft on a side square and filled with tools, stacks of lumber, tables and other woodworking items.
Here's the deal on a small shop. Tp deal with 4 X 8 ft sheets you need about 20 ft of length. You need the same to rip lumber that's 8 ft long. You need 20 ft to run it through a thickness planer. So a long narrow shop would work better than a smaller square one.
Crosscutting lumber to length with a miter saw along one wall would also be ideal.
If you have to break down 4 X 8 sheets, then a panel saw that is vertical is the best answer over a table saw because everything will be in the way and have to be moved to rip it OR you can cut it up into more manageable pieces outside and bring it inside.
The ceiling height is also important and 8 ft won't work, 9 ft is better and 10 ft is best. I struggled with an 8 ft ceiling for several years and finally raised it up 2 ft.
When working with a table saw or thickness planer you need both infeed and outfeed supports. It's absolutely a necessity for safety since you can't be walking around trying to guide material and feed it at the same time. The thickness planer will self feed so that's a bit easier. than the table saw.
All my walls have windows, doors, or storage racks or shelves and there is no room left for any more tools or clamps.
That won't stop me from getting more however.....