Williams Glass Studio by gh3, Made for outdoor activity

There isn’t anything better than an outdoor activity house than one built with glass. Constructed by the team led by Pat Hanson, the house, Williams Studio, was built as an outdoor studio for photography in Lakefield of Canada. It has the concept of a studio built over the house lot for boat. The design is very simple and consisted with many open spaces that enhanced the view of the surrounding landscape from the house. It is indeed an innovated revolutionized design of modern day architecture.

Williams Studio by gh34

The house has created the perfect scenario of light and views for photography with its glassed wall. It is the perfect photography of producing the images that cannot be obtained through any sort of indoor studio in the city. In which, the house will provide a perfect and clear view of the natural landscape and capturing perfect amount of light for photographing.

The house also designed to minimize the use of energy, which the selected location of the house, at the lakefront, will be able to allow the owner of the house to make use of the water simple to help cool the house in the summer and heat the house during the winter, and creating perfect natural housing ventilation.



Published by in Architecture, on January 28th, 2010

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