The Evamy Studio
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Named after the designed Michael Evamy, this "glass house" studio sits in a small clearing surrounded by a forest of spruce and pine facing a gently sloping ridge which forms the wall of a small ravine. The studio offers views along the forest floor. There are skylights overhead and windows in each wall. Each corner is glazed and opened to the sky with a diamond skylight. The balanced use of glass and cedar, juxtaposed with ridge and trees, creates an open but private work space.
5.4 metres wide x 4.5 metres long