The Evamy Studio

The Evamy Studio

The Evamy Studio in the Leighton Artist Studios. 


Named after the designer Michael Evamy, this "glass crystal" studio sits in a small clearing surrounded by a forest of spruce and pine, facing a gently sloping ridge that 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 workspace.

Floor dimensions:

5.4 metres wide x 4.5 metres long 

The Evamy Studio amenities include:
6’ motorized live-edge standing desk in walnut wood
Second live-edge console desk in acacia wood
Small lounge area
Desktop computer monitor and keyboard
Bluetooth bookshelf speakers
10’ x 13’ greenscreen on a simple curtain track
Wireless printer
Privacy drapes

Floor Plan

The Evamy Studio Floorplan

Main desk in Evamy Studio
Desks in Evamy Studio
Ceiling of Evamy Studio
View from secondary desk in Evamy Studio
Interior shot of Evamy Studio