Commissioned for a noted artist, this double height, 900-square-foot studio was built to accommodate construction of large steel sculptures and paintings. The client specified that the studio harmonize with her traditional white-shingled home, located only yards away, and have extremely high ceilings and ample natural light. The result is a space that complements the existing structure while retaining a highly individual character. The skeletal frame of the post-and-beam construction defines three enormous bays of rustic timber with glass infill. The bays are outfitted with industrial garage doors to allow for large vehicles to pick up and drop off heavy materials.