The Hemingway Studio
Named after the designer Peter Hemingway. This studio's design is influenced by Haida architecture. Its floor plan is circular with a roof-line that rises in a conical shape, held aloft by 12 wooden columns. It is built primarily of cedar and pine. The west wall is an arced "light-wall." This floor to ceiling pane window, 3.7 metres long, serves as the primary source of natural light in the studio. Built into the middle of this windowed area is a glass door leading out onto a large, private balcony.
6 metres diameter