imagePlanning the Studio Layout

Studio Infrastructure

Designing a glass art studio is a bit like designing a kitchen, in that you must consider plumbing, electrical needs, storage, lighting, ventilation, workstations, and traffic flow (where you and others will walk and stand when not at a workstation). Few of us are blessed with unlimited space and funds, and most of us plan our studio around preexisting constraints such as room dimensions, water pipes, electrical outlets, and windows. Common infrastructure issues that every studio artist must take into account include the following:

Lighting: Without adequate light, you’ll see colors incorrectly, ...

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