A bespoke glass live/work studio by Toronto-based design practice gh3 empowers a photographer to be the master of his own light; realizing the universal dream of every illumination-obsessed artist.
Perched on the edge of Stoney Lake, the structure updates the 19th-century convention of the ideal artist’s studio as an isolated windowless space whose only natural light comes in from the skylights above. The architects used glass-curtain wall construction to create a double-height space that is open to the natural surroundings while providing a continuous diffused light.
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